Aik Hoe Lim is the Director of Trade and Environment Division at the World Trade Organization (WTO). He is responsible for the organization’s work on trade and environment, as well as on the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade. Prior to that, Aik Hoe was a Counsellor in the Trade in Services Division and Secretary to the Working Group on Domestic Regulation. He has served as Counsellor to two consecutive WTO Director-Generals (2001-2005) and was also Adviser to the Director General’s Consultative Group on “The Future of the WTO.” Before joining the WTO in 1999, he was a Senior Economic Affairs Officer at the G-15 Summit Level Group of Developing Countries. He has also been a consultant on development and labor policies to the International Labour Organization (ILO) and has worked in the field of urban environmental regeneration.