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This report provides an overview of national practices to enable responsible business conduct (RBC) in state-owned enterprises (SOEs) by examining a sample of OECD countries and developing and emerging economies in the Asian region.
The OECD works with Asian economies and regional partners to raise awareness and promote corporate governance and capital market development in the region.
The OECD Corporate Governance Committee co-ordinates and guides the Organisation's work on corporate governance and related corporate affairs issues, including state-owned assets, company law, insolvency and privatisation.
This report serves as a one-stop-shop of country-by-country, up-to-date information on SOEs’ institutional, legal and governance frameworks.
The OECD-Latin America Roundtable on Corporate Governance was established in April 2000 to facilitate public and private sector policy dialogue by providing a forum for the exchange of experiences. The Roundtable's Taskforce on Latin American Equity Market Development meets to review the state of Latin American equity markets and their corporate governance standards.
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This guide supports state owners in implementing the provisions of the Recommendation of the Council on Guidelines on Anti-Corruption and Integrity in SOEs. It provides answers to common questions about the Guidelines and presents many country examples of the different ways that the Guidelines can be put into practice.
The Trust in Business Network (TriBuNe) is a global multi stakeholder community of c-suite leaders from the private sector, government, academia and civil society committed to strengthening trust in the business ecosystem.
The OECD Business and Finance Outlook is an annual publication that presents unique data and analysis on the trends, both positive and negative, that are shaping tomorrow’s world of business, finance and investment.
The Factbook provides up-to-date information about the institutional, legal and regulatory frameworks for corporate governance across 50 jurisdictions worldwide. It complements the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and can be used by governments, regulators and the private sector to compare their own frameworks with those of other countries and also to get information on practices in specific jurisdictions.