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This working paper sets out lessons from emerging markets for EU assession countries.
In a major review of Ireland's development co-operation programme, the OECD's Development Assistance Committee (DAC) noted that Ireland's official development assistance (ODA) rose dramatically over the past decade.
19 November 2003, Johannesburg, South Africa. This roundtable addressed the critical issues of African priorities and ways that OECD countries can contribute to the improvement of the business environment for domestic and international investors and to building the necessary capacities.
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This statement by OECD and NEPAD was issued at the OECD-Africa Investment Roundtable which took place in Johannesburg, South Africa on 19 November 2003. It calls for the launch of a result-oriented, inclusive and comprehensive Africa Investment Initiative to create a positive investment environment across the continent.
The third annual conference of the OECD Global Forum on International Investment was hosted by the South African Government in Johannesburg on 17-18 November 2003.
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This speech was made by Mr. Richard Hecklinger, Deputy-Secretary General, OECD, at the Global Forum on International Investment held in Johannesburg on 17-18 November 2003.
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The aim of the joint country assessment in 2003 was to understand how the implementation of donors’ partnership strategies contributes to country ownership. Four DAC members (Denmark, Finland, Ireland, and Japan) agreed to participate in the Joint Country Assessment in Tanzania.
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The Evaluation Unit is situated in Directorate H of the EuropeAid Office. However, to strengthen its independence and ensure regular feedback of recommendations to the policy-making level it reports direct to the Board of EuropeAid.
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This report draws on donor responses to international terrorism. It is intended to guide the international community and governments in their efforts to address linkages between terrorism and development.
World leaders are calling for an increase in the volume and effectiveness of aid. Better allocation of aid is one key way to increase its effectiveness towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals.