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26th Forum 2000 Conference

Join CIPE experts and colleagues at the 26th Forum 2000 Conference August 31-September 2, 2022 in Prague & Online!

Foreign Direct Investment Screening Mechanism – An Outlook for Bosnia and Herzegovina

The key objective of this study is to assess the current regulatory framework and national legislations of European Union (EU) member states and certain European countries that are not part of the EU with respect to the screening of foreign direct investment (FDI).

Center for Accountable Investment (CAI) Outline

The Center for Accountable Investment (CAI) uses the concepts of Corrosive Capital and Constructive Capital to examine the many ways investments can undermine or support market and democratic institutions in recipient countries, as well as identify actions to strengthen economic resilience.

BRI Monitor Program Information

The BRI Monitor is a collaborative effort by the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and five civil society organizations in Southeast Asia and the Pacific to promote transparency and governance of major infrastructure projects funded through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Heightened Tensions in the Taiwan Strait Force Companies to Recalculate Risks

For decades companies worldwide benefited from the stability and predictability of the Asia-Pacific region, which enabled them to make wise investment and business decisions. Yet recent events, particularly U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent trip to Taiwan, underscore growing regional political instability.

Eric Hontz on Compliance in Ukraine [Podcast]

In this podcast Eric Hontz, Director-Center for Accountable Investment at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) shares that business may be pleasantly surprised when they return. Despite the war the government has been functioning on multiple fronts and has continued to pass reform bills. They are particularly focused on EU-related reforms as a candidate for membership.