The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises recommend that enterprises conduct due diligence in order to identify, prevent or mitigate and account for how actual and potential adverse impacts are addressed. This Due Diligence Guidance provides practical support to enterprises by providing plain language explanations of due diligence recommendations and associated provisions.
Les ministres des pays de l’OCDE et des économies en développement se sont engagés à intensifier leurs initiatives visant à favoriser l’adoption d’une conduite plus responsable par les entreprises afin de promouvoir une croissance économique plus inclusive et plus durable.
This report evaluates the corporate governance framework for the Argentinian state-owned enterprise sector relative to the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises. The report was prepared at the request of Argentina. It is based on discussions involving all OECD countries.
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27 April 2018 - In the fourth quarter of 2017, FDI flows reached their lowest level since 2013 (USD 280 billion). Inflows to the OECD decreased by 37%, largely driven by decreases in the United Kingdom and the United States from high levels in 2016. Outflows from the OECD decreased by a more modest 4%.
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This report analyses the evolving privatisation process as part of an effort to ensure an effective corporate governance framework for SOEs. It documents the main findings of the OECD Working Party on State Ownership and Privatisation Practices’ ongoing project on privatisation and broadening of ownership of SOEs.
This report serves as a one-stop-shop of country-by-country, up-to-date information on SOEs’ institutional, legal and governance frameworks.
The OECD Portal is a tool to help stakeholders identity risks in all mineral supply chains and in all geographies. These risks are addressed in the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals. A beta version of this tool is expected to go online by early 2019.
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State-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the energy sector are major producers of greenhouse gases. But new OECD research shows that they are also driving the growth of renewables, particularly in the electricity sector. Dirk Röttgers and Bill Below of the OECD look at why SOEs must play a more substantial role in steering decarbonisation efforts towards the 2 degree goal.