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  • 12-October-2011


    To What Extent Do Exchange Rates and their Volatility Affect Trade?

    Exchange rate levels affect trade flows in agriculture and in the manufacturing and mining sector in China, the Euro area and the United States, though they do not explain in their entirety the trade imbalances in these three economies, this paper finds.

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  • 4-octobre-2011


    L’OCDE et l’AIE recommandent de réformer des subventions aux combustibles fossiles pour améliorer l’état de l’économie et de l’environnement

    États et contribuables ont dépensé environ 500 milliards de dollars l’an dernier pour soutenir la production et la consommation de combustibles fossiles. La suppression des subventions inefficaces augmenterait les revenus nationaux et réduirait les émissions de gaz à effet de serre, selon l’OCDE et l’AIE.

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  • 4-October-2011


    Launch of the OECD Inventory of Estimated Budgetary Support and Tax Expenditures Relating to Fossil Fuels

    This Inventory provides reliable and comparable data on support or tax expenditures for fossil fuel production or use in OECD countries. Reforming fossil fuel subsidies can contribute to achieving economic and fiscal objectives, while also tackling environmental problems like climate change.

  • 28-September-2011


    Smart Rules for Fair Trade - 50 years of Export Credits

    On the 50th anniversary of the OECD, we examine the unique work the organisation performs in regulating and rationalising governments’ use of export credits in support of exports, jobs, economic growth and national interests more broadly. This work is part of a global post war effort to emphasise multilateral co operation and sound economic policies to promote co operation, efficiency and prosperity rather than destructive competition, controversy and conflict.

    OECD export credits work is one of the basic building blocks of the ever growing structure of global trade agreements that aim to maintain open and efficient markets. The objective is to eliminate subsidies and unfair practices in the economic competition that forms the foundation of a healthy and dynamic global economy. The elimination of official financing subsidies in global trade is only a part of the broader trade policy agenda, but it is a vital part, and has been delegated to the OECD by the WTO. Since financing is the life blood of trade flows, specialised OECD housed work allows trade to flow efficiently for aircraft and other capital goods while other trade policy work and litigation continue at the WTO.

    The export credits work at the OECD is described in this collection of essays. However it is about much more than the series of agreements described herein. It is more fundamentally about the governments and their people - policy makers and experts - who gather at the OECD to build collectively a system of export credits disciplines that is fair, transparent, adaptable and effective. It is therefore as much about people and ideas as anything else. The export credit secretariat pictured above represents only the latest in a long line of OECD staff committed to facilitate and advise this work.

    The OECD’s motto on its 50th anniversary is “Better Policies for Better Lives.” This reminds us that in the end, it is policies that are at the centre of human well being. And export credits work is about promoting these better policies by developing “smart rules” that open markets and maintain a level playing field and by bringing people and governments together to this end.

  • 21-septembre-2011


    Agriculture : Le soutien à l’agriculture n’a jamais été aussi bas, selon l’OCDE

    Le soutien public à l’agriculture est tombé à 18 % des recettes agricoles totales en 2010 dans la zone OCDE - un niveau sans précédent lié aux prix élevés des matières premières - mais il s'est accru dans les grandes économies émergentes, selon un nouveau rapport de L'OCDE.

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  • 7-juin-2011

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    Échanges et Emploi

    Les défis concernant les échanges et l’emploi – et l’interface entre ces deux domaines – continuent de faire partie des priorités des pays membres de l’OCDE et de leurs partenaires dans le monde entier. La mondialisation a contribué de façon déterminante aux processus d’intégration économique et de changement structurel, conduisant à une augmentation des opportunités d’emploi et à plus de bien-être, mais créant en même temps des

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  • 30-mai-2011


    Vidéo : Commerce et investissement (Forum 2011 de l'OCDE)

    Quelle sera l'influence des pays emérgents sur le commerce et l'investissement mondial? Regarder la discussion (en anglais) avec K De Gucht, Commissaire au Commerce, Commission européenne, et Lord Green, Ministre d'État pour le commerce et l'investissement, Royaume-Uni.

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  • 10-May-2011

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    OECD Trade Committee: Building for the Future

    Globalisation, technology and international development are transforming world trade. The OECD Trade Committee will support trade policy makers in sharing the benefits of open trade through analysis, policy advice and close engagement with emerging economies.

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  • 28-avril-2011


    Réunions du groupe de travail de l’OCDE sur les crédits et garanties de crédit à l’exportation (CGE)

    Résumés des réunions du groupe de travail de l’OCDE sur les crédits et garanties de crédit à l’exportation (CGE).

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  • 23-March-2011


    Trade for Growth and Poverty Reduction - How Aid for Trade Can Help

    Trade promotes economic growth, alleviates poverty and helps countries reach their development goals. However, developing countries – in particular the least developed – face difficulties in making trade happen and turning trade into economic growth. The Aid for Trade Initiative – launched at the 2005 World Trade Organisation conference in Hong Kong – aims at helping these countries to take advantage of trade opportunities and to reap the benefits of their integration into the world economy. The Initiative has been a success: it has not only raised awareness among both donors and developing countries about the role of trade in development, but also helped secure increased resources.

    Trade for Growth and Poverty Reduction: How Aid for Trade Can Help explains how Aid for Trade can foster economic growth and reduce poverty, and why it is an important instrument for a development strategy that actively supports poverty alleviation. Unlocking this potential requires carefully designed and sequenced trade reforms. While developing countries have many trade-related needs, but financial resources and political capital for reforms are limited, it is an important priority to tackle the most binding constraints to trade expansion. This report describes the diagnostic tools available, evaluates their strengths and weaknesses, and suggests a dynamic framework to guide the sequencing of reform and donor support.

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