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OECD's Secretary General writes exclusively for DACNews on the growing consensus for governments and international institutions to work together to fight corruption; Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla Tornaes warns that without good governance ''other political and economic reforms will have only limited effect…'' plus OECD DAC anti-corruption principles, World Bank indicators on governance and Transparency
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The second issue of the Investment Newsletter focuses on OECD work on preventing investment protectionism, as well as reporting on recent FDI developments and their measurement. It also reviews the results of the investment policy review of the Russian Federation and offers asummary of recent work on implementing the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
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The first issue of the Investment Newsletter focuses on recent policy analyses and new tools designed to enhance the positive contribution of investment for growth and sustainable development worldwide.
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On current trends, the Millennium Development Goals may not be achieved in many developing countries, especially in Africa. Despite positive trends in the past decade, business investment and enterprise development in non-OECD regions continue to fall short of development needs. Realisation of this has led to renewed interest in the growth agenda and the importance of private investment for promoting the broad-based and sustained
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This brochure introduces the concept and value of strategic environmental assessment as applied to international development. It summarises the key messages of the DAC publication Applying Strategic Environmental Assessment.
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Promoting investment for growth and sustainable development worldwide is a core mission of the OECD. This mission has been entrusted to the Investment Committee.
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This brochure provides an overview of the challenges facing all countries, rich and poor, developing and developed, and the contribution of the OECD in the field of international investment.