Official development assistance and private finance: attracting finance and investment to developing countries

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OECD, 2002 - Business & Economics - 143 pages
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How can developing countries create a climate that stimulates private finance and investment? What roles can bilateral and multilateral donors, the private sector, and NGOs play in helping leverage private finance and investment in developing countries? These were some of the key questions discussed at the Development Assistance Committee's (DAC) Development Partnerships Forum, held in February 2002, in preparation for the March 2002 International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico. These Forum proceedings outline the main requirements for promoting private finance and investment in developing countries, including the implementation of sound financial and corporate governance practices and the development of public-private partnerships, and propose existing and innovative programs and tools to achieve these goals. These proceedings also provide country case studies and best practices in building sound investment climates and promoting private sector and financial sector development.

A web site on the 2002 DAC Development Partnerships Forum with the full selection of documents is also available at www.oecd.org/dac.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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Shaping the Enabling Environment for Private Financial Flows
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The Kenyan Experience
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