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This document comprises the Spanish version of the text and implementation procedures of the Guidelines, along with the corresponding commentary and clarifications where they exist.
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Turkish translation of the text of the Revised OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises which were adopted on 27 June 2000.
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Hungarian translation of the text of the Revised OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises which were adopted on 27 June 2000.
This note is intended for governments of non-OECD countries interested in receiving information about the conditions for joining the Convention on Combating Bribery and the Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions.
Pension systems are changing the world over. Both OECD and non-OECD countries are coming to face the consequences of demographic changes, and some have already embarked on innovative processes of pension reform. In this new environment, employer ...
What is the current state of development of institutional investors in Latin America? What are the requirements of the financial infrastructure and the regulatory framework to encourage the growth of the institutional sector in Latin America? What policy expertise can Latin America and OECD countries share to benefit from each other's experience in broadening the role of institutional investors? These questions were addressed during
OECD organised, in collaboration with the Lithuanian Government, a Conference on Fiscal Incentives and Competition for Foreign Direct Investment which was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 30 May 2000.
This Conference took place within the framework of the OECD Baltic Regional Programme and under the auspices of the OECD Committees on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises and on Fiscal Affairs and the Centre for
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This presentation was made at a Conference on Fiscal Incentives and Competition for Foreign Direct Investment in the Baltic States which took place in Vilnius on 30 May 2000.
On 11-12 May 2000, senior government officials from Germany, Italy, France, Korea and other OECD economies met with their counterparts from Indonesia, Thailand and other key APEC economies to exchange experiences on privatising state-owned enterprises and developing capital markets.
The first meeting of the Latin American Corporate Governance Roundtable was held in São Paulo, Brazil 26-28 April, 2000. The Roundtable was co-hosted by the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) with the support of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil and the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance.