FDI statistics can be an important input for evaluating the impact of reforms to improve the investment climate in countries. To support informed policy-making, the OECD has undertaken reviews of country’s compilation of FDI statistics.
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This report will use this framework in its evaluation of Jordan's FDI statistics although some of these dimensions are more relevant for FDI statistics than others. The report begins with a summary of recent trends in Jordan's FDI.
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This project reviews Egypt's FDI statistics to assess their compatibility with the international guidelines (BPM6 and BMD4); to assess the data sources and estimation methods used; and to examine both the feasibility and the usefulness of compiling additional series, such as by country of ultimate investor.
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This report is based on Tunisia's response to a survey asking for information on their FDI statistics; discussions and information provided during and following a workshop on FDI statistics in Tunis in March 2019; on information provided by the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA); on other sources of information on data sources and methods.
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Le présent rapport utilise ce cadre pour évaluer les statistiques d’IDI de la Tunisie, bien que certaines dimensions soient plus importantes que d’autres dans le cas précis des statistiques d’IDI. Ce document présente d’abord un résumé des évolutions récentes de l’IDI en Tunisie.
Postponed until further notice - The 6th annual OECD Investment Treaty Conference will explore how governments are integrating policies relating to business responsibilities into their trade and investment treaties, and potential policy options.
Investment treaty policy makers are increasingly faced with pressures to integrate policies relating to business responsibilities into investment treaties. As policy makers contemplate whether and how to respond in their particular field, they need to understand the broader framework for business responsibilities.
This paper sheds light on the two types of non-discrimination provisions considered the founding stones of the multilateral system: the most favoured nation (MFN) clause - as developed under the GATT and GATS - and the non-discrimination clause among countries adhering to the OECD Codes of Liberalisation.
Divestment by multinational enterprises is an important yet understudied phenomenon. The few available estimates indicate that about a fifth of all foreign affiliates are divested every five years. This working paper presents the findings from a novel cross-country firm-level dataset with financial and ownership information.
The Guidance provides recommendations for responsible mineral supply chains to help companies to respect human rights and avoid contributing to conflict through their mineral or metal purchasing decisions and practices.