The UN International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD) took place in Monterrey, Mexico, from 18-22 March 2002. Many FfD issues are addressed in OECD through multidisciplinary policy analysis and dialogue...
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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.
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).
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21-22 February, Kiev. OECD–Ukraine Forum calls on the Ukrainian Government and donors for support in the effective implementation of investment recommendations in Ukraine.
21-22 February 2002, Kyiv. This inaugural meeting discussed the overall OECD-Ukraine co-operation, assessed Ukraine's progress in investment and enterprise reforms and considered further follow-up actions.
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This document served as a background paper for a presentation by Kathryn Gordon which was made at the OECD Conference on Foreign Direct Investment and the Environment -- Lessons to be learned from the Mining Sector which was held in Paris on 7-8 February 2002.
7-8 February 2001, Paris, France: This conference focused on how best to integrate environmental and investment goals, ensure that environmental protection and investment liberalisation are mutually supportive and explore the significance of voluntary business approaches in encouraging 'best environmental practice'.
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This report on trends and prospects for FDI in Slovenia forms part of an OECD publication entitled "OECD Investment Reviews: Slovenia" which was published in January 2002.
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.