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The HLM will convene Ministers and other high-ranking officials from the 42 Member countries of the OECD Development Centre’s Governing Board, as well from other OECD countries and partner International Organisations. Ministers will share experiences and approaches to build competitive and resilient economies, paired with dedicated programmes for cohesive societies.
This meeting will shed light on evolving forms of development cooperation between the EU and the Latin America and Caribbean region, by looking closely at new strategies of development cooperation based on knowledge sharing and mutual learning on development related policies and to the role of non-traditional partners for the region.
International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean 2014 / Global Forum on Development 2014 / Gender equality in the post-2015 agenda: social norms for inclusive development
African Economic Outlook 2014 / Interrelations between public policies, migration and development / Foundations make their case at the GPEDC Ministerial Meeting in Mexico
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This exclusive OECD-EmNet Note provides an economic outlook for Latin America with specific emphasis on the private sector based on insights from participants from the EmNet Meeting that took place in May 2014 in Paris. This Note is the result of a cross-collaboration between the Development Centre's Americas Desk and the EmNet Team.
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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.
Revenue Statistics in Asian Countries: Trends in Indonesia and Malaysia: provides for the first time cross-country comparisons between Asian economies and between Asian and OECD economies.