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Public concerns about globalisation are growing. Many firms are responding to these concerns, often by issuing statements of ethics or values that cover various facets of corporate conduct.
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Short analysis of trends in aid to agriculture extended by members of the DAC and multilateral institutions. How much aid has been extended to date? Who are the main donors? Is aid targeted to where it is most needed?
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This paper examines the similarities and differences between the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and six other global instruments for corporate responsibility.
Mexico City, 26-27 November 2001. OECD Investment Forum to call for improved enabling policy environment and new partnerships for promoting foreign direct investment for development.
DAFFE/IME/WPG(2000)15/FINAL. This document includes the text and implementation procedures of the Guidelines, along with the corresponding commentary and clarifications where they exist.
26-27 November 2001, Mexico. The inaugural OECD GFII aimed to foster an open and inclusive dialogue on emerging investment issues among the international investment policy community and other main stakeholders.
11-12 October 2001 - Xi'an, China. This conference was organised in co-operation with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation as part of the ongoing OECD-China policy dialogue and co-operation on investment issues.
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This brochure provides an overview of the challenges facing all countries, rich and poor, developing and developed, and the contribution of the OECD in the field of international investment.
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Summary report from the first annual meeting of the National Contact Points of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises held on 18 June 2001.
Since regaining its independence in 1990, Lithuania has undergone a remarkable economic transformation. By the end of 2000, this process had been greatly stimulated by the inflow of some US$2.3 billion in foreign direct investment.
FDI has contributed to green-field investment, mergers and acquisitions, as well as the privatisation of state-owned-enterprises. Creating favourable conditions for FDI has been a core element of