Evian, 3 June 2003. G8 Summit Declaration cites the role of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises in supporting sustainable economic growth and creating an environment in which business can act responsibly.
This publication is a collection of conference papers from the OECD Global Forum on International Investment (GFII) held in Shanghai on 5-6 December 2002.
29-30 May 2003, Hyderabad, India. The objective of the Conference was to discuss the various important issues regarding the regulation and supervision of private pensions in the Asia-Pacific region, with a particular focus on India.
29-30 May, Hyderabad, India. The objective of this meeting was to pursue dialogue on major policy issues related to the private pension reform, regulation and supervision in the Asia-Pacific region.
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This report provides valuable insights into the key issues confronting SME owners and managers in Croatia, and the challenges for policy makers. It draws on the practical experience and views of Croatian SME representatives, expert advisors, and the OECD and EBRD.
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This report has been jointly produced by the OECD and the EBRD in cooperation with expert regional consultants. It draws on the extensive experience and work of both organisations in transition economies including the countries of South East Europe.
This book reviews progress in the fight against hard core cartels. The OECD has been leading an international effort to halt cartel conduct since adopting its 1998 Recommendation concerning effective action against hard core cartels.
This publication presents the full text of the OECD Code of Liberalisation of Capital Movements and sets out the legally binding obligations that OECD members have accepted.
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In the context of a comprehensive OECD exercise in 2002 and 2003 addressing the effects of foreign direct investment incentives, this report presents the results of a questionnaire sent to selected WAIPA members.
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Istanbul, 12-13 May 2003. This roundtable was organised by the OECD Secretariat, in co-operation with the National Banks of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia to discuss the benefits and challenges of capital account opening to global financial markets with transition countries in Central Asia, Caucasus and South Eastern Europe and to develop recommendations for good regulatory policies in this field.