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OECD Business and Industry Policy Forum on Environmental Management: Challenges for Industry, Paris, 27 September 2000.
11-12 September 2000, Xiamen, Fujian Province. As part of the OECD-China programme of co-operation and policy dialogue, this conference was co-organized by the OECD and the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Co-operation and Trade (MOFTEC).
The forum will discuss major technical factors in the establishment of harmonised tourism statistics in an environment that strengthens co-operation between governments, the private sector, researchers, academics and international organisations.
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What are the problems faced by SMEs in OECD countries and developing and transition economies in todayÂ’s globalising world? What are the framework conditions that influence SMEsÂ’ incentives and capacities to innovate? What is the optimal role of ...
OECD organised, in collaboration with the Lithuanian Government, a Conference on Fiscal Incentives and Competition for Foreign Direct Investment which was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 30 May 2000.
This Conference took place within the framework of the OECD Baltic Regional Programme and under the auspices of the OECD Committees on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises and on Fiscal Affairs and the Centre for
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Proceedings from the conference entitled "The Role of International Investment in Development, Corporate Responsibilities and OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises", held in Paris on 20-21 September 1999.
Within the framework of the Regional Co-operation Programme with Baltic Countries, the OECD organised a Workshop on Foreign Direct Investment Statistics which took place in Tallin, Estonia, on 16 November 1999.
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Main issues for discussion.
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Suggests that non-financial measures of quality and strategic achievement have a profound effect on investment and valuation, and shows investors' appreciation of investments in employee development, process quality and corporate innovations.
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The treatment of intangible investment and/or its core components in international standards: the Provisional Central Product Classification and the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC Rev 3).