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The APEC-OECD Co-operative Initiative on Regulatory Reform provides a forum for exchange of experiences of good regulatory practices and concepts. The common agenda is driven by the APEC 1999 declaration of Principles to Enhance Competition and Regulatory Reform and the OECD principles on regulatory reform embodied in the 1997 Report to Ministers on Regulatory Reform. It was endorsed at the APEC Ministerial Meeting on 12-13 November 2000 in Brunei Darussalam. The Agreement between the two organisations sets out the structure and organisation of the co-operative framework, with the aim to support the implementation of a similar set of principles on regulatory reform in the respective member countries. At the launching conference, held in Singapore on 22—23 February 2001, a series of three workshops were agreed upon and the governments of China, Mexico and Korea agreed to host one of them. An important decision of the conference was to ensure wide dissemination of the work of the Co-operative Initiative through publishing the proceedings of the workshops and establishing a web page

Year: 2001
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