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Economic Survey of the United States 2014

 

 

 

OECD Economic Surveys: United States 2014

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Overview of the 2014 Economic Survey of the United States

Press release: U.S. Recovery Could Be Strengthened by Key Reforms

Remarks by OECD Secretary General

Watch the launch:  US has more work to do on income inequality

“This isn’t a business as usual recovery for the United States – the pace of growth is slow in historical perspective,” OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría said during the Survey launch in Washington with Jason Furman, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors.

“Steadfast action is needed to implement the reforms that will bolster the economy’s growth potential and make it more inclusive and greener. In this regard, I particularly welcome President Obama’s recent announcement of concrete measures to cut carbon emissions.”

 

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The OECD Secretariat's report was prepared by Douglas Sutherland and Aida Caldera-Sanchez under the supervision of Patrick Lenain. Research assistance was provided by Valery Dugain.

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