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Armenian government and private sector representatives met with international experts in Yerevan as part of an OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Programme project on enhancing the competitiveness of key sectors of the Armenian economy.
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Eurasia, Summary, Roundtable, Record, December, 2014,Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova
The OECD Southeast Asia Regional Forum will be taking place in Bali, Indonesia, 25-26 March 2014. Discussions will address policy themes relevant for the ongoing regional integration process as well as the domestic reform agendas of Southeast Asia countries.
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OECD-EU project on Tajikistan competitiveness has been launched and will focus on improving agribusiness exports and SME access to finance.
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This handbook was developed in the framework of the OECD Central Asia Initiative. It aims to deliver practical advice on the implementation of reforms on improving skills through public-private partnerships in the Kyrgyz Republic's agribusiness sector.
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This handbook was developed in the framework of the OECD Central Asia Initiative. It aims to deliver practical advice on the implementation of reforms to improve supply-chain financing in the Kyrgyz Republic's agriculture sector.
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This handbook was developed in the framework of the OECD Central Asia Initiative. It aims to deliver practical advice on the implementation of reforms to foster the development of the garment industry in the Kyrgyz Republic.
The Investment Security in the Mediterranean (ISMED) Support Programme seeks to increase infrastructure investment in the Southern Mediterranean Region by providing advisory services to host governments on reducing the legal risk of specific investment projects.
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A newsletter on risk mitigation instruments for infrastructure investment in the Mediterranean
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Renewable energy sources can play an important role in Ukraine in educing the country's energy dependence while lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Established renewable energy sources suffer from outdated technology while the development of innovative renewable sources is hampered by administrative hurdles.