OECD

With this CNPJ in hands, NGOs can access a bank account, make terms of partnerships and contracts, hire employees, receive resources, issue receipts, and other actions.

Colombia and Costa Rica Join the OECD: What Does This Mean?

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organization with the aim of designing policies for a better way of carrying out development and economic co-operation. These policies would bring prosperity, equality, opportunities, and well-being for everyone. The OECD works with the organization’s member governments to set international standards to produce solutions …

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The country has taken the first steps to join the OECD and comply with international standards.

Colombia: OECD Member Driving Foreign Direct Investment

Colombia currently is one of the most attractive countries in South America. This is not only because of its amazing natural landscapes, but also its emerging economy, geostrategic location for international trade, and newest membership to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Through inter-institutional work, the country is boosting its economy and has …

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Opportunities for SMEs in the Colombian Oil Industry

As Colombia’s economy is experiencing several booms and increased investor attention, the government turns to its oil and gas sector to encourage similar levels of growth. Lots of things are going on in this space: exploration and production (E&P) reactivation, offshore activities, new offshore contracts, new processes to assign areas, fracking discussions. These activities demand …

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