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The 5th annual meeting of OECD-Asian Senior Budget Officials, hosted by the Thai Bureau of the Budget, took place in Bangkok on 10-11 January 2008.
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Madrid has captured the advantages of globalisation by becoming a metropolitan region of 6 million people, which attracts foreign workers and firms. The capital region has experienced impressive dynamic economic growth in recent years, making the best of the positive business cycle in Spain. It absorbs more than half of Spain’s total foreign direct investment (FDI) and has extended its economic relations with Latin American
The 4th annual meeting on performance and results, co-organised by the OECD and the Office of Management and Budget of the Government of the United States, took place on 11-12 June 2007 in Washington DC, USA.
The 28th annual meeting of Senior Budget Officials (SBO) was hosted by the Turkish Ministry of Finance and took place in Istanbul 31 May – 1 June 2007.
The 7th annual OECD public sector accruals symposium was held in Paris on 5-6 March 2007.
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Day 1 (AM) - PowerPoint presentation by Daniel Bergvall on Budgeting in Austria.
Italy has launched itself in the federalist direction by decentralising spending, regulatory and tax powers in the late 1990s and reinforcing growing lower level responsibilities with a constitutional reform in 2001, as discussed in this working paper.
This is the second in a series of three annual papers that the OECD is publishing in preparation for its major biennial publication, Government at a Glance.
Luxembourg has brought about a profound change for the better in its economy. What can be done to ensure these changes continue in the long term and in co-operation with its neighbours? The OECD Territorial Review of Luxembourg explores these questions.
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Since 2001, OECD corporate net lending has risen sharply. This chapter examines various facets of corporate net lending with a view to understanding some of the main forces at play behind the recent run-up.