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The May 2011 update of the Guidelines included a provision that the OECD, adhering governments, and stakeholders would work together on a proactive agenda. The objective is for all partners to “look over the horizon” at potential challenges and collaborate on devising solutions, consistent with the principles of the Guidelines, to support MNE efforts to address challenges at an early stage in their development.

To that end, the OECD has led multi-stakeholder processes to develop guidance on implementing the OECD Guidelines in several sectors. The U.S. government has actively participated in these sector projects, which include:

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