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On 11 March, 2010 in Istanbul the Experts’ meeting brought together authors from the 6 countries targeted for special Development Centre Working Paper reports : Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine to discuss work in progress with the Paris combined team and local experts.
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Challenges for Private Sector Development in the Black Sea and Caspian Region were discussed at the OECD Eurasia Private Sector Forum Workshop held in Istanbul, Turkey on 11 March, 2010.
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This report analyses progress made in Georgia in developing anti-corruption reforms and implementing recommendation received under the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan since the first monitoring round in 2006 (endorsed March 2010).
Georgia has significantly reduced its levels of corruption over the past four years. Reforms should continue to strengthen the Anti-Corruption Interagency Council and improve judicial integrity. Report adopted by the IAP on 31 March.
The Eastern European and South Caucasus initiative aims to create a sound business climate for investment, enhance productivity, support entrepreneurship, develop the private sector, and build knowledge-based economies.
Following the launch of the SCU Initiative on 1 April 2009, the first meeting of the Working Group on Financial Markets Development and Impact of Central Banks will be held on 17 November 2009 in Warsaw, Poland.
The Aid for Trade at a Glance 2009: Maintaining Momentum report presents the results of the second monitoring exercise of the Aid for Trade Initiative and documents its success so far.
The OECD Initiative for South Caucasus and Ukraine was launched at a Ministerial Meeting which took place in Paris on 1 April 2009.
Bodrum, Turkey. Discussions focused on investment policies in times of economic crisis, the OECD's strategc response to the crisis and the impact of the crisis on the countries of the South Caucasus and Ukraine.
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Ensuring an effective regulation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises is a substantial policy challenge for environmental authorities worldwide, not least because this group has a number of particularities that inhibit the impact of conventional compliance monitoring and enforcement approaches.