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Österreich gibt deutlich mehr Geld für Kinder und Jugendliche aus als die meisten anderen OECD-Länder und trägt damit zu einer vergleichsweise guten finanziellen Ausstattung von Familien und Kindern bei.
Governments should invest more money on children in the first six years of their lives to reduce social inequality and help all children, especially the most vulnerable, have happier lives, according to the OECD’s first ever report on child well-being in its 30 member countries.
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Very high public spending in Austria on children is failing to produce good child well-being outcomes... Austria should look closely at why high family incomes and low child poverty are not always translated into a broader range of good outcomes for children.
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Agreement between Austria and Monaco for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
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Agreement between Austria and Andorra for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
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Agreement between Austria and St Vincent & the Grenadines for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
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Agreement between Austria and Gibraltar for the exchange of information relating to tax matters
Austria entered the most severe recession in decades. This triggered prompt policy measures to stabilise the real economy and financial markets, which will deteriorate significantly the fiscal position.
Austria entered the most severe recession in decades, requiring policy measures to stabilise the real economy and financial markets. Beyond the crisis, there is need to enhance labour productivity and labour utilisation, and to improve the education system.
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Speech delivered by Andrew Dean, Director of Country Studies in the OECD Economics Department at the news conference held on 2 July 2009 at Bundeskanzleramt (Kongresssaal) in Vienna.to launch the 2009 Economic Survey of Austria.