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L'ascenseur social en panne ? La situation du Canada
The preservation of our oceans is indispensable for addressing many of the challenges facing the planet: from food security and climate change to energy provision, and even improved medical care through advanced marine biotechnology.
Mr. Angel Gurría will be in Quebec, on 8-9 June 2018, to attend the 2018 G7 Leaders’ Summit. The Secretary-General will deliver remarks at the G7 Outreach Leaders Working Session on Oceans.
Rapid innovation, including digitalisation, offer enormous potential to boost productivity, incomes and well-being. But it is also a source of new challenges.
Growth is back. We estimate GDP growth in G7 economies in 2017 to be around 2%, the highest since 2010. The unemployment rate is finally below the pre-crisis level at 6%.
Ces dernières années, le Canada a progresse de manière importante sur le sujet de l’égalité entre les femmes et les hommes, en mettant en place des institutions, des politiques et des outils ainsi que des dispositifs de contrôle qui font de ce pays un chef de file de la poursuite d’un objectif de plus en plus considéré comme l’une des pierres angulaires de la croissance inclusive, selon une nouvelle étude de l’OCDE.
Mr. Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD, will be in Whistler on 1-2 June 2018 to attend the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting. He will deliver remarks on growth that works for all and on adapting the economy to technological transformation. He will also update the Ministers on latest developments regarding international taxation.
Let me begin by thanking Minister Duclos for chairing this meeting and our co-vice chairs ─ Minister Achtsioglou (Greece), Minister Vieira da Silva (Portugal) and Minister Strandhall (Sweden) ─ who will lead this afternoon’s break-out sessions.
I am delighted to present the report “Is the Last Mile the Longest? Economic Gains from Gender Equality in Nordic Countries” and would like to commend the Nordic Council of Ministers for this important initiative.
It is a pleasure to address the Montreal Council of Foreign Relations. The former OECD Secretary-General, Donald Johnston, was here almost twelve years ago (in 2006). His speech was about keeping up with competitiveness in an increasingly interconnected economy, at a time when the economic situation was profoundly different from today.