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Export credit financing systems in OECD member and non-member countries.

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      • Rev. ed. of: The export credit financing systems in OECD member countries. 4th ed. 1990.

        StatementOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
        PublishersOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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        LC Classifications1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 108 p. :
        Number of Pages80
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        ISBN 109264145591
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A balance needs to be struck between underwriting standards and increasing volume of business. This Statement is on the OECD website. While the timing of that accession is a political matter, many different things will affect Russia's situation with the OECD.

Export credits

Recently, there have been a number of challenges in the WTO in relation to export credits, and as a result the Arrangement has been refined and made open, more inclusive, and available to non-OECD member countries.

It is important to undertake any and all anti-bribery measures as much as possible. To see this, observe that the second term on the right hand side of Eq. The Amer Econ Rev 93:170—192• The resulting export credits disciplines apply first and foremost to OECD Members; however, several key non-Members regularly observe meetings of the ECG and the Participants.

Export Credits

The OECD publishes all this information on its website. This means that if an export credit is provided in compliance with the interest rate provisions of the Arrangement, it will not be considered a subsidy under WTO rules. There are reporting provisions in the Recommendation for the Secretariat to monitor and review during implementation: the results are available on the OECD website.

Lastly, both the ECG and the Participants consult with relevant stakeholders, such as non-governmental organisations, business and banking groups, labour unions, and other international organisations, on an annual basis and in one-off special sessions when negotiating revised disciplines.

Berne Union 2006 Yearbook 2006. These are extremely important aspects for export credit agencies and governments when providing official support, e.