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This launch event presented preliminary findings from an OECD report on sector competitiveness in Kazakhstan which suggest that Kazakhstan has a strong competitiveness and FDI potential in key non-energy sectors such as agri-business, fertilizers, logistics, business services and information technology.
The 2010 Global Forum focused on innovative governmental policies intended to enhance the security and adequacy of defined contribution (DC) retirement plans and pension reform processes and recent developments in Asia-Pacific.
This investment policy review charts Indonesia’s progress in developing an effective policy framework to promote investment for development.
This assessment of Egypt's business climate identifies policy priorities and proposes specific reforms and actions to enable Egypt to achieve measurable improvements in its business climate.
The "Guide on Fighting Abusive Related Party Transactions in Asia" was released in 2009. This workshop focused on challenges associated with implementation of the guide.
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This report shows continued strong borrowing by OECD governments amid concerns about sovereign risk. It includes revised estimates for 2010 and the projected outlook in 2011.
Latin American Corporate Governance Roundtable 10 - Year Report
This meeting focused on institutional investors and corporate governance, enhancing board effectiveness, the impact of stock exchanges on corporate governance, corporate governance of non-listed companies, evaluating boards of directors and corporate social responsibility.
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This White Paper supports the increased involvement and responsibilities of institutional investors in promoting good corporate governance practices in Latin America. It identifies some of the measures that stakeholders can take to support and enable institutional investors to further contribute to corporate governance improvements in the region.
Finland needs to take urgent steps to raise awareness among Finnish companies that they are criminally liable under Finnish law if they, or their local agents or subsidiaries on their behalf, bribe public officials when doing business abroad.