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The book assesses the current policy context for young enterprises in the MENA region and outlines policy tools and instruments, both indirect and direct, that governments can implement to support new enterprise development.
English, PDF, 10,361kb
This handbook suggests the implementation of policies to enhance skills in the IT sector in Kazakhstan, starting with the establishment of a programme linking skills development with the development of business between local and international companies.
English, PDF, 11,894kb
This handbook addresses the main barriers to access to finance in Kazakhstan especially in he agribusiness sector, and suggests policy recommendations and implementation actions to overcome them.
English, PDF, 11,257kb
This policy handbook suggests a sectoral investment policy and promotion approach to be applied to agribusiness and then to be rolled-out to other sectors of Kazakhstan's economy.
Building on the sector competitiveness strategy published in May 2011, 3 policy handbooks outline practical steps for enhancing the competitiveness of non-energy sectors, including agri-business, fertilisers, logistics, business services and IT.
English, PDF, 7,688kb
This final report on the one-year pilot implementation of the OECD Guidance focuses on how upstream companies implement due diligence in the supply chains of tin, tantalum, and tungsten, especially as the due diligence relates to minerals potentially sourced from Africa’s Great Lakes Region.
The DAC List of ODA Recipients is designed for statistical purposes. It helps to measure and classify aid and other resource flows originating in donor countries.
The DAC List of ODA Recipients: An information note on the revision of the DAC List.
The revised OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises are here to sustain a culture of responsible business conduct worldwide. They empower enterprises to meet their responsibilities toward society and provide clearer expectations for companies. This reduces uncertainty and makes doing “good” business easier.
Private investment in the food and agriculture sectors can enhance productivity, drive job creation and income growth, increase food supply and improve food security, according to panel participants. The panel also recognised the need to attract more private private investment in the food and agriculture sectors, and called on governments to design coherent policy frameworks and implement reforms to improve the investment climate.