The Policy Dialogue on Natural Resource-based Development (PD-NR) is a multi-year inter-governmental process of knowledge sharing and peer-learning among oil, gas and mineral producing countries -OECD members and Partner countries alike- on how to best harness natural resources for structural transformation and more inclusive and broad-based development.
Drawing from its recent Economic Outlook reports on Asia and Africa, the OECD Development Centre will help the Community of Portuguese-speaking countries (CPLP) assess those prospects and reflect on policy options at their Heads of States’ Summit in Dili, Timor Leste, on 24 July.
By participating more effectively in the global production of goods and services, Africa can transform its economy and achieve a development breakthrough, according to the latest African Economic Outlook, released at the African Development Bank Group’s Annual Meetings.
O relatório deste ano revela que África tem resistido a choques internos e externos e que se prepara para alcançar taxas de crescimento económico saudáveis. Prevê-se que o crescimento do continente aumente para 4,8 por cento em 2014, e entre 5 e 6 por cento em 2015, níveis estes que não eram registados desde a crise económica global de 2009.
TICAD Side Event: Knowledge Partnerships. African Economic Outlook 2013: Structural Transformation & Natural Resources Sunday, 2 June 2013
Launch of the African Economic Outlook 2013. Special theme: Structural Transformation and Natural Resources in Africa
Africa’s agricultural, mining and energy resources could boost the continent’s economic growth and pave the way for a breakthrough in human development, according to the African Economic Outlook 2013
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Jan Rieländer, economist at the Development Centre, talks with Radio France Internationale about the economic situation in Egypt.
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Jean-Philippe Stijns, economist at the Development Centre, talks with Deutsche Welle about how Africa is faring in the global crisis.
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Afrique du nord : pour donner un emploi aux 9.8 millions de jeunes qui entreront sur le marché du travail d’ici 2020, il faut repenser la croissance économique.