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Istanbul, 5-6 May 2003. This roundtable, organised by OECD and CUTS, aimed to provide policy makers and practitioners in transition economies with a forum for dialogue about national experiences.
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29 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this study provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in Costa Rica.
This OECD Development Assistance Committee High Level meeting takes place at a time of increasing donations and heightened economic and political concerns. Development Ministers and heads of aid agencies responsible for 95% of aid will discuss th...
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14 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this report provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in the Dominican Republic.
English, , 169kb
14 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this study provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in Jamaica.
This DAC Reference Document on Poverty and Health, jointly published by the OECD and WHO, extends the analysis and recommendations of the DAC Guidelines on Poverty Reduction by setting out the essential components of a pro-poor health approach.
Italian, , 237kb
This publication aims to clarify the linkages between the Rio Conventions and sustainable development, and provide insights as to how development co-operation agencies can help developing countries respond to global environmental threats.
English, , 321kb
This EPPA highlights a number of issues, based on the private sector perspective, which the OECD and EBRD present to the Government's attention. It identifies a number of actions that could be taken to build further on the progress already made in improving the policy environment for SMEs.
English, , 112kb
The general benefits of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), and the potential of FDI as a tool for regional economic development in particular, are commonly recognised by policy makers and analysts. This study concluded that FDI generally supports growth in developing, emerging and transition economies, irrespective of their initial state of development.
English, , 128kb
Kingston, Jamaica, 11 March 2003. This document comprises a summary of proceedings, the minutes of the meeting and the list of participants from the Third Plenary Meeting of the CRII.