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Development co-operation report 2016 : The Sustainable Development Goals as business opportunities

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Title Development co-operation report 2016
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The Sustainable Development Goals as business opportunities

Material Type Reports
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OECD

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[Paris, France] : Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Edition 5
Date 2016-07
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding OECD
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Abstract

Korea’s second mid-term ODA Policy (2016-20) focuses on diversifying partnerships with the private sector and contributing to an inclusive business model. Building on its own experience with public-private partnership (PPP) and Korean businesses’ corporate social responsibility in developing countries, Korea is stepping up efforts to translate innovative ideas and partnerships into business opportunities to generate income and create markets in developing countries. Korea is engaged in private sector development mainly through the overseas loans and investment programmes of the Export-Import Bank of Korea (Eximbank) – the official export credit agency. Its mission is to develop the Korean economy by promoting international economic co-operation. Eximbank’s primary services include export loans, trade finance and guarantee programmes.