The Development Centre's Governing Board comprises 49 countries, of which 27 are OECD members and 22 are developing and emerging economies. The World Bank, the African Development Bank and the International Monetary Fund are all observers. The European Union also takes part in the work of the Governing Board.
|China (People's Republic of)||Italy||Slovenia|
|Costa Rica||||Korea (Republic of)||Spain|
Egypt, Israel, Vietnam and Mauritius tell us what becoming a member of the Development Centre means for them.:
Answers from: Nasser Kamel (Egypt), Haim Divon (Israel) and Tran Tuan Anh (Vietnam)
Rama Sithanen, Vice-Premier Minister (Mauritius)
For more information please contact Suzanne.Leprince@oecd.org .