Global Forum on International Investment › About the GFII
The OECD Global Forum on International Investment (GFII) takes place at regular intervals. It brings together the global network of policy makers, academics, business leaders, labour representatives, and members of civil society dealing with the policy challenges of international investment.
The Global Forums have been held at OECD headquarters in Paris, France, since 2008. Previous GFIIs took place in Mexico (2001), China (2002), South Africa (2003), India (2004), Brazil (2005), and Turkey (2006).
The GFII supports the international investment policy community in its efforts to promote open, transparent and rules-based investment policy frameworks for growth and sustainable development worldwide through informed, evidence-based policy dialogue and peer learning on pressing current and emerging issues.
The GFII is an opportunity for policy makers to interact with other stakeholders in the investment policy community, including business, labour, and civil society.