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OECD EURASIA WEEK 2017: APPUNTAMENTO AD ALMATY DAL 23 AL 25 OTTOBRE

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Settimana dell’Organizzazione per la Cooperazione e lo Sviluppo Economico (OCSE) con lo scopo di fortificare i rapporti e la visibilità competitiva e cooperativa della regione Eurasiatica con i paesi membri dell’OCSE e con le aziende e i partner internazionali, la OECD Eurasia Week 2017 si terrà all’Hotel Rixos di Almaty dal 23 al 25 ottobre, per la prima volta in un paese dell’area eurasiatica.
Il Kazakhstan è ormai parte di numerosi progetti dell’OCSE, e sono stati organizzati per la settimana diversi incontri e conferenze volti a promuovere investimenti, competitività e economie dei paesi della regione, supportandone crescita e sviluppo.
Sono inoltre previsti importanti business forum tra i rappresentati degli Stati Eurasiatici e i capi di impresa interessati a investire o essere attivi sul territorio.Il programma della settimana è disponibile qui: http://www.oecd.org/eurasia-week/agenda/.

Maggiori info:  OECD Eurasia Week 2017 dal 23 al 25 ottobre ad Almaty 

OECD Eurasia Week builds on the increasing involvement of countries in the Eurasia region in the work of the OECD and in several OECD platforms, networks and bodies, as well as on the region’s growing importance to the members of the OECD. The objective is to create an opportunity to further strengthen relations between the countries of the Eurasia region and the OECD, and to raise the visibility of co-operation between them on a broad spectrum of issues relevant to the region’s competitiveness and social progress. 

The OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Roundtable is a platform for peer review and knowledge sharing on the implementation of competitiveness reforms in the thirteen partner countries of the OECD Eurasia Competitiveness Programme.

The Roundtable takes place every year in the context of OECD Eurasia Week. Participants include all partner countries of the Eurasia region, OECD Members, business associations as well as international organisations active in the region. Since its launch in June 2013, the Roundtable has fulfilled its mandate by:

  • carrying out peer reviews of competitiveness reform implementation at the country level
  • exchanging good practices among OECD members, Eurasia countries and partner organisations
  • developing policy guidelines and recommendations
  • monitoring progress in the implementation of competitiveness reforms.
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