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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.
See here for details of DAC members' series of measures designed to improve the overall financial terms of aid.
This statement by the OECD Committee on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises (CIME) reports on activities undertaken in response to the issues raised by the UN Expert Panel on Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources and other Forms of Wealth in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Istanbul, 11-12 February 2004. The primary objective of this meeting was to better assess the needs of MENA countries, identify priorities in the field of investment, both domestic and foreign, and to develop an outline ...
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Transparency remains one of the top concerns of investors worldwide. This Framework for Investment Policy Transparency aims to assist host OECD and non-OECD governments to properly address this concern. The Framework contains fifteen user-friendly questions for conducting self-evaluation and sharing experiences among public officials.
Obwohl die größten Entwicklungshilfe-Geber die Ausgaben für die Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (EZ) in den letzten Jahren erhöht haben, bleibt noch viel zu tun...
Major aid donors still have a long way to go if they are to reach the levels of aid pledged at the UN Financing for Development Conference in Monterrey, Mexico, even though they have increased outlays in the last few years, according to the OECD’s annual Development Co-operation Report.
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Following on from the individual Enterprise Policy Performance Assessments for the countries of South East Europe, this report provides a regional assessment.
Im Jahr 2002 betrugen Japan's Nettoleistungen für die öffentliche Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (ODA) 9.3 Mrd. US Dollar. Damit verlor Japan seine Position als bedeutendster Geber bilateraler Leistungen und fiel auf den zweiten Rang zurück.
Japan's net official development assistance (ODA) was USD 9.3 billion in 2002, making it the world's second largest donor.