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Press release African Economic Outlook 2012 - EN
Though Latin American economies are growing quickly, they must reduce inequality and improve infrastructure and education to maintain the growth trajectory, said OECD Secretary-General at the International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean organised in Paris.
Follow the International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean via streaming video and Twitter. The Forum is a yearly high-level event that brings together policy-makers, CEOs, and experts from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe.
The International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean is a yearly high-level event that brings together policy-makers, CEOs, and experts from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe to discuss the LAC-region’s economic performance and share solutions to its development challenges.
Product Space & Middle-Income Trap - Comparing Asia and LATAM experiences / Launch of 2012 African Economic Outlook focusing on Youth Employment / SIGI 2012 Results launched in Washington / H.B. Solignac-Lecomte on Africa 24
This report reviews the Korean catching up and analyzes the recent reforms which have been put in place to address the territorial dimension in the design and implementation of industrial policies, with a view to share knowledge and policy experience with emerging and developing economies.
This year's Global Forum had two main aims: shaping the new OECD Strategy on Development and identifying priorities and best practices in making public expenditure more effective and efficient for development.
The Development Centre and the European Centre for Development Policy Management release a special issue of Great Insights.
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There is no unique model of reform for infrastructure that is applicable to all countries. Fixed-line privatisation has often failed due to weak economic and institutional endowments. Governments and IFIs should consider alternative options to privatisation to increase fixed-line performance.
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NICs (Chinese Taipei; Hong Kong, China; Korea and Singapore) have been successful in attaining income convergence with high-income countries while Latin American countries remain caught in the Middle-Income Trap.