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Policy Framework for Investment in Agriculture

Policy Framework for Investment in Agriculture

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By proposing questions in ten policy areas, the Policy Framework for Investment in Agriculture (PFIA) aims to support host countries in evaluating and designing policies to mobilise private investment in agriculture and maximise its positive contribution to economic growth and sustainable development. It draws on the Policy Framework for Investment (PFI) developed at the OECD in 2006 by 60 OECD and non-OECD countries. It has benefited from inputs from several OECD policy communities and is issued under the auspices of the Investment Committee, the Committee for Agriculture and the Development Assistance Committee.
By proposing questions in ten policy areas, the Policy Framework for Investment in Agriculture (PFIA) aims to support host countries in evaluating and designing policies to mobilise private investment in agriculture and maximise its positive contribution to economic growth and sustainable development. It draws on the Policy Framework for Investment (PFI) developed at the OECD in 2006 by 60 OECD and non-OECD countries. It has benefited from inputs from several OECD policy communities and is issued under the auspices of the Investment Committee, the Committee for Agriculture and the Development Assistance Committee.

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Policy Frameworkfor Investment in Agriculture
September 2013
 
 
 2By proposing questions in ten policy areas, the Policy Framework for Investment in Agriculture(PFIA) aims to support host countries in evaluating and designing policies to mobilise privateinvestment in agriculture and maximise its positive contribution to economic growth andsustainable development. It draws on the Policy Framework for Investment (PFI) developed at theOECD in 2006 by 60 OECD and non-OECD countries. It has benefited from inputs from severalOECD policy communities and is issued under the auspices of the Investment Committee, theCommittee for Agriculture and the Development Assistance Committee.
 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................... 4PART I. POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE .................................... 7
 
1. Investment policy ..................................................................................................................................... 7
 
2. Investment promotion and facilitation ..................................................................................................... 8
 
3. Infrastructure development ...................................................................................................................... 9
 
4. Trade policy ........................................................................................................................................... 10
 
5. Financial sector development ................................................................................................................ 11
 
6. Human resources, research and innovation ............................................................................................ 12
 
7. Tax policy .............................................................................................................................................. 13
 
8. Risk management ................................................................................................................................... 14
 
9. Responsible business conduct ................................................................................................................ 15
 
10. Sustainable use of natural resources and environmental management ................................................ 16
PART II. ANNOTATIONS ........................................................................................................................ 16
 
1. Investment policy ................................................................................................................................... 17
 
2. Investment promotion and facilitation ................................................................................................... 22
 
3. Infrastructure development .................................................................................................................... 24
 
4. Trade policy ........................................................................................................................................... 27
 
5. Financial sector development ................................................................................................................ 29
 
6. Human resources, research and innovation ............................................................................................ 31
 
7. Tax policy .............................................................................................................................................. 34
 
8. Risk management ................................................................................................................................... 35
 
9. Responsible business conduct ................................................................................................................ 38
 
10. Sustainable use of natural resources and environmental management ................................................ 42
 

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