Le Mexique a progressé, mais doit accorder une plus grande priorité à la répression pénale des actes de corruption et veiller à ce que les autorités chargées de l’application du Code pénal soient dotées de toutes les ressources et compétences dont elles ont besoin.
Leading researchers, pension funds, endowment and sovereign wealth funds from across Europe, Asia and the Americas will come together to discuss asset allocation and diversification strategies, equity, emerging markets and infrastructure investments.
Discussions at this meeting focused on the global financial situation and regulatory reforms; capital flows; regional financial markets; financial education and consumer protection in Asia; and, regulation, supervision and risk management of Asian banks.
Taking place in Goa, India, this event addressed international issues and global trends relating to investor education, with a particular focus on investor education in Asia.
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Organised in Paris on 5 December 2011, the 15th Roundtable discussed recent investment policy developments including discussions focused on investor-state dispute settlement.
Women are a critical resource in facing the challenges of our global economy, both as an emerging market and as a significant pool of human talent. This workshop focused on gender equality in education, employment and entrepreneurship.
Joint OECD Corporate Governance Committee and Turkish Capital Markets Board meeting focusing on corporate governance, innovation and value creation.
This report finds that foreign investment in North Africa and the Middle East needs to diversify away from the oil and gas industries and be encouraged to focus on areas which have a greater impact on boosting jobs.
L’investissement étranger en Afrique du Nord et au Moyen-Orient ne doit plus se cantonner aux secteurs du pétrole et du gaz afin de se diversifier, et doit être encouragé à s’orienter vers des domaines où il est susceptible de stimuler davantage l’emploi.
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This paper examines the policies that have been proposed to solve the financial and sovereign debt crisis in Europe, against the backdrop of what the real underlying problems are: extreme differences in competitiveness; the absence of a growth strategy; sovereign, household and corporate debt at high levels in the very countries that are least competitive; and banks that have become too large, driven by dangerous trends in ‘capital