19-21 October 2004, New Delhi, India. This Roundtable provided an opportunity for policymakers and business representatives from OECD member countries, India and other non-member countries to discuss India’s investment policies, sectoral FDI policies and investment partnerships with India.
A consultative meeting was held at the IEA in Paris on 13 October 2004, hosted by the Working Group on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Assets with key representatives from Ministries and state-owned enterprises in member countries, Members of Parliament and State Audit Bodies.
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Within the framework of the revision of the OECD Benchmark Definition of FDI, this report provides a summary of the discussions at the Workshop on International Investment Statistics held in Paris on 12-13 October 2004.
This consultative meeting brought together representatives from Ministries and State-owned institutions in key non-member countries in order to have their input in the drafting of the Guidelines of Corporate Governance for State-Owned Assets.
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The Legal, Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Enforcement Issues in Latin America: A comparison of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru
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This document provides factual elements of information on jurisprudence, state practice and literature related to "Indirect Expropriation" and the "Right to Regulate". It presents the issues at stake and describes the basic concepts of the obligation to compensate for indirect expropriation, reviews whether and how legal instruments and other texts articulate the difference between indirect expropriation and the right of the
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Summary of the discussion from the Roundtable on Corporate Responsibility which was held on 16 June 2004. It will form part of the forthcoming publication "Annual Report on the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: 2004 Edition".
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How well is Mexico putting its anti-bribery laws into practice?
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This article on "Indirect Expropriation" and the "Right to Regulate" in International Investment Lawwas translated into Russian by Dr. Marina Trunk-Fedorova, LL.M. and published in Die Rechtslage von Auslandsinvestitionen in Transformationslaendern – Legal issues of foreign investment in transition countries. Liber Amicorum to Professor Wolfgang Seiffert, former Director of the Institute of East European Law at the University of
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This document provides factual elements of information on jurisprudence, literature and state practice related to the fair and equitable treatment standard. It examines the origins of the standard and its use in international agreements and state practice, its relationship with the minimum standard of international customary law and the elements of its normative content as identified by arbitral tribunals.