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Istanbul, 12-13 May 2003. This roundtable was organised by the OECD Secretariat, in co-operation with the National Banks of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia to discuss the benefits and challenges of capital account opening to global financial markets with transition countries in Central Asia, Caucasus and South Eastern Europe and to develop recommendations for good regulatory policies in this field.
Istanbul, 5-6 May 2003. This roundtable, organised by OECD and CUTS, aimed to provide policy makers and practitioners in transition economies with a forum for dialogue about national experiences.
The question of the scope of the Guidelines was raised during the NCP meetings, consultations with BIAC, TUAC and NGOs and the Roundtable in 2002.
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29 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this study provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in Costa Rica.
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14 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this study provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in Jamaica.
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14 April 2003. Within the framework of the Carribbean Rim Investment Initiative (CRII), this report provides an overall factual assessment of investment conditions in the Dominican Republic.
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Transparency is a core principle of international investment policy and rules. This paper makes the case that transparency is good for societies at large as well as for international investors.
The purpose of this User's Guide is to contribute to a better understanding of the principles and procedures of the OECD Codes. It also provides detailed explanations of the coverage of the Codes and may therefore serve as a manual for Code users.
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This EPPA highlights a number of issues, based on the private sector perspective, which the OECD and EBRD present to the Government's attention. It identifies a number of actions that could be taken to build further on the progress already made in improving the policy environment for SMEs.
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The general benefits of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), and the potential of FDI as a tool for regional economic development in particular, are commonly recognised by policy makers and analysts. This study concluded that FDI generally supports growth in developing, emerging and transition economies, irrespective of their initial state of development.