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This users guide was developed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in co-operation with, and approved by, the OECD Investment Committee.
Senior officials from the Russian Federation and from OECD countries met in Paris on 14 June 2004 to discuss recommendations designed to boost foreign direct investment in Russia.
Spanish, , 508kb
2nd OECD Conference of Ministers responsible for SMEs - Executive Summary of Background Reports - Spanish translation
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SMEs play a particularly important role in the Turkish economy. The government authorities have for many years carried out a variety of programmes to support them. The design and implementation of such programmes have received increasing attention since Turkey joined the Customs Union with the EU.
Documentation for the 2nd OECD Conference of Ministers responsible for SMEs: "Promoting Entrepreneursip and Innovative SMEs in a Global Economy - Towards a More Responsible and Inclusive Globalisation" (Istanbul, 3-5 June 2004)
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2nd OECD Conference of Ministers responsible for SMEs: Executive Summary of the Background Reports - German translation
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This handbook presents two educational instruments specifically aimed at SMEs for resolving e-commerce disputes online (business-to-consumer and business-to-business), alternative dispute resolution (ADR) being an issue of growing interest to SMEs.
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This publication provides executive summaries of the background reports for the 2nd OECD Conference of Ministers responsible for SMEs, on the theme of "Promoting Entrepreneurship and Innovative SMEs in a Global Economy: Towards a More Responsible and Inclusive Globalisation"
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This paper provides an outline of a project which will study the activities of multinational enterprises in weak governance zones, focusing on the Democratic Republic of the Congo as a case study.
How precisely does ICT affect economic growth and the efficiency of firms? How well can these impacts be measured? And under which conditions do the impacts of ICT emerge?