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OECD Watch Key issues for a review of the OECD Guidelines

Feb 10, 2010
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The list of key issues for OECD Watch that must be addressed in a review of the OECD Guidelines are now published on the website. The key issues for which suggestions for improvement have been formulated fall into three categories: conditions and modalities for the review process, scope and issues related to the substantive provisions of the Guidelines, and Procedural Guidance-related issues.

Based on these consultations, OECD Watch has compiled a list of key issues that must be addressed in a review of the OECD Guidelines. The key issues fall into three categories: conditions and modalities for the review process, scope and issues related to the substantive provisions of the Guidelines, and Procedural Guidance-related issues.

The list should be seen as indicative, not exhaustive. These suggestions for improvement are provided at this point to complement and reinforce the OECD Investment Commitee Secretariat’s note, and to demonstrate that a review of the Guidelines is timely and has the support of OECD Watch. They are not, at this stage, a complete inventory of suggested improvements. OECD Watch looks forward to active participation in a review.

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