Publications & Documents


  • 4-November-2016

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    G20 Innovation Report 2016

    Report prepared for the G20 Science, Technology and Innovation Ministers Meeting in Beijing, China, 4 November 2016

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  • 27-October-2016

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    Enabling China's Transition towards a Knowledge-based Economy

    Since the beginning of China’s economic transformation in the early 1970s, investment has been a key driver of China’s growth and has contributed to substantial improvements in living standards. Over three decades of average annual GDP growth of 10%, disposable incomes have soared, lifting hundreds of millions of people out of extreme poverty. The share of the population living in extreme poverty has declined from above 90% in the early 1980s to less than 10% today. However, this growth model is no longer sustainable. Returns on investment have declined, although they are still higher than those of the Asian Tigers. Excess capacity is plaguing several sectors, and negative externalities have been onerous, notably in terms of environmental degradation and income inequality. A key objective of the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) is therefore to move the economy towards a path of more balanced, sustainable and inclusive growth.
  • 17-October-2016

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    G20 Seminar on Corruption and Economic Growth: Highlights

    17 October 2016, Paris: The G20 Chinese Presidency, the UK and the OECD jointly organised a Seminar on “Corruption and Economic Growth”. Expert panellists recognised the negative impact of corruption on economic growth and society at both the macro and micro level, and stressed the importance of strong political leadership in fighting corruption.

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  • 26-septembre-2016

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    La tarification du carbone n’est pas à la hauteur des enjeux, mais un effort collectif même modeste peut entraîner des avancées significatives

    Les prix du carbone actuels ne sont pas au niveau qui devrait être le leur pour faire baisser les émissions de gaz à effet de serre responsables du changement climatique. Pourtant, même des hausses de prix modérées pourraient avoir un impact notable, comme le souligne une nouvelle étude de l’OCDE.

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  • 26-September-2016

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    Environmental taxes: Key findings for China

    This country note provides an environmental tax and carbon pricing profile for China. It shows environmentally related tax revenues, taxes on energy use and effective carbon rates.

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  • 6-septembre-2016

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  • 5-septembre-2016

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    L'OCDE contribuera à faire de l’innovation l’un des piliers de la stratégie de croissance mondiale du G20

    Les chefs d’État et de gouvernement réunis à l’occasion du Sommet du G20 qui s’est tenu à Hangzhou en Chine ont demandé à l'OCDE d’apporter son concours à l’élaboration d’un programme d’action visant à bâtir une économie mondiale plus forte, plus innovante et plus inclusive.

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  • 5-September-2016

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    Mr. Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD, at G20 Leaders Summit in Hangzhou, China, on 3-5 September 2016

    The Secretary-General presented OECD work and recommendations to G20 Heads of State and Government at several sessions and also participated in the B20 summit and held bilateral meetings with leaders attending the events.

  • 23-août-2016

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    Le combat climatique de la Chine

    La Chine est parmi les près de 200 pays qui ont adopté le 12 décembre 2015 l’Accord de Paris sur les changements climatiques lors de la conférence historique des Nations Unies. La manière dont la Chine, économie émergente et l’un des premiers émetteurs mondiaux de gaz à effet de serre, mettra en œuvre cet accord sera importante. Nous avons demandé son avis à Xuedu Lu, de la Banque asiatique de développement.

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  • 3-August-2016

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    Boosting the Power Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa - China's Involvement

    Lack of energy access and frequent electricity shortages are major impediments to economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa. Over 635 million people live without electricity in the region. Because the overall electrification rate remains at less than one-third of the population, the region needs increased investment in the power sector.As part of their increasing activity in overseas markets, companies from the People’s Republic of China have significantly enhanced their engagement in Africa in the last 15 years, covering a wide range of sectors, including the electricity industry. Chinese-built projects and financial support from China are contributing to power sector development, extending energy access and facilitating economic growth.This report analyses China’s engagement in the sub-Saharan Africa power sector, including the key drivers underlying Chinese investments. An overview of Chinese projects (generation, transmission and distribution) during the 2010-20 period is provided in this first-ever consolidated effort to map them.The report identifies the key Chinese stakeholders and assesses their impact on policies affecting energy access, economic development and financing modalities. Two case studies examine Chinese investment at the country level in Ghana and Ethiopia.
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