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This publication, prepared by the OECD and the South East Europe Regional Roundtable for Investment Promotion, highlights the strategic policies and practices that provide a competitive foundation for attracting Foreign Direct Investment.
These reviews of investment policy in the Ukraine provide a record of the reforms underway and the debate on the reform process in Ukraine - a country with strong economic potential but which has yet to be perceived as an attractive destination for foreign direct investment.
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This article, by Mehmet Ögütçü and Markus Taube, was published in the May 2002 edition of the OECD Observer [www.oecdobserver.org].
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This study, by the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, deals with the economic relationship between Ukraine and the rest of the world.
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This paper, by Mehmet Ögütçü, builds on the publication entitled "China's Quest for Energy Security Worldwide" which was published by the International Energy Agency in 2000.
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This paper reproduces the first part of the OECD publication "New Horizons for Foreign Direct Investment" (OECD, March 2002) which highlights the major conclusions that emerged from the inaugural conference of the Global Forum on International Investment.
After more than two decades of progress in market reforms and trade and investment liberalisation, the entry of China into the World Trade Organisation marks a new era for its integration into the world economy. Drawing on the experiences of OECD...
This publication highlights the major conclusions that emerged from the inaugural conference of the Global Forum on International Investment held in Mexico in November 2001.
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This report outlines the background, objectives, programme of activity and timing for the Caribbean Investment Initiative (CRII).
Since 1991, Slovenia has managed one of the most successful transitions to nationhood and to a market economy in Central and Eastern Europe. Slovenian GDP per capita has already reached 70 per cent of the EU average.