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Organizations relating to Private

EUROFIMA European Company for the Financing of Railroad Rolling Stock / Basel, Switzerland / Est. 1956
European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange-gas / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2002
Institute for German and European Business, Competition and Regulatory Law / Berlin, Germany / Est. 1986
International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility / Nottingham, UK / Est. 2002
Caribbean Business Enterprise Initiative / Christ Church, Barbados / Est. 2001
Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Castries, St Lucia / Est. 1988
International Hologram Manufacturers Association / Sunbury-on-Thames, UK / Est. 1993
Asociación Interamericana de Empresas de Telecomunicaciones / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1982
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Philadelphia PA, USA / Est. 1921
Electronic Business Group / Paris, France / Est. 1998
BUSINESSEUROPE / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
Agreement of Madrid for the International Registration of Trademarks / Est. 1957
International Family Enterprise Research Academy / Springfield IL, USA / Est. 2001
Agreement Concerning Uniform Rules for the Marking of Navigable Waters / Est. 1962
European Business History Association / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1994
ISG International School of Business / Paris, France / Est. 1967
Gulf Investment Corporation / Safat, Kuwait / Est. 1983
Caribbean Herbal Business Association / Port of Spain, Trinidad-Tobago
European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1973
CDC Group / London, UK / Est. 1948
International Pipe Line and Offshore Contractors Association / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1966
Alpha Beta Gamma International - International Business Honor Society for Two Year Technical Colleges / Est. 1970
African Business Roundtable / Abuja, Nigeria / Est. 1990
International Private Infrastructure Association / Chevy Chase MD, USA / Est. 2004
Youth Business International / London, UK / Est. 1999

View all profiles (77 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Private

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive government intervention in the private sector
Disappearance of common land
Decline in foreign direct investment
Private international trade and investment disputes
Restrictions on private economic expansion
Violations of private law
Government expropriation of private property
Net outflow of capital from countries
Private ownership
Labour tensions involving transnationals
Privatization of prisons
Proliferation of weapons in civilian hands
Underground economy
Maldistribution of water
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory government and private procurement policies
Control of national economic sectors by transnational enterprises
Financial and economic disputes between states and nationals of other states
Inappropriate use of public funds

Action Strategies relating to Private

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Mobilizing domestic financial resources for poverty alleviation
Providing integrated pollution control
Sharing business experience on sustainable development
Prosecuting privacy violations on the internet
Supporting cross-sectoral partnerships on environmentally sound technology
Encouraging private sector investment in sustainable development
Promoting private sector involvement in forest conservation
Strengthening private sector's potential to create new jobs
Tapping private sector monies
Designing attractive private dwellings
Securing specific private support
Adopting uniform private law legislation
Securing free assembly of private gatherings
Standardizing private law
Developing privately owned productive enterprises
Establishing beneficial policies for foreign investment
Exploring schemes for voluntary contributions to sustainable development
Supporting conservation of biological diversity on private lands
Abiding by private law
Developing channels for public and private resources
Involving private sector in developing human resources and infrastructure
Recovering illegal private profit
Modernizing private enterprises
Exposing violations of private law
Promoting business growth

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