The OECD Database on National Practices and Regulations compiles information on the different practices and regulations which may have a bearing on the competitive position of state enterprises in international markets. The database indicators comprise country-specific data on existing domestic laws and practices as well as obligations undertaken in international agreements, including the World Trade Organisation, Free Trade Agreements and Bilateral Investment Treaties.
The Database covers 34 OECD member countries as well as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Russia, South Africa, UAE and Viet Nam.
The Database has 41 indicators categorised into following sections:
The information contained in the database was collected by the OECD
Secretariat in 2014. It builds on: earlier work conducted by the OECD,
publically available government and expert sources, and information
provided by national authorities. It includes data that has been
verified and confirmed by national authorities as well as the data that
has not yet been verified.
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