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Perspectives économiques juin 2016

Main Economic Outlook (June 2017)

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Launch of 7 June 2017

Better, but not good enough, (PDF) Handout with summary of projections & editorial

> Projections in OECD.Stat (Database) or PDF 

Global economy undergoing modest pick-up: Better policies needed to make globalisation work for all (Press Release)

> Country Notes (READ ONLINE)

Blog posts

Make trade work for all 
by OECD Chief Economist, Catherine L. Mann

Global Economic Outlook: Better but not good enough 
by OECD Chief Economist, Catherine L. Mann

Achieving and sharing the benefits of globalisation 
OECD Insights blog

Content

General assessment

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation 

After many years of weak recovery, with global growth in 2016 at the lowest rate since 2009, some signs of improvement have begun to appear. Trade and manufacturing output growth have picked up from a very low level, helped by firmer domestic demand growth in Asia and Europe, and private sector confidence has strengthened. But policy uncertainty remains high, trust in government has diminished, wage growth is still weak, inequality persists, and imbalances and vulnerabilities remain in financial markets.

Making trade work

> How to make trade work for all

International trade has been a powerful engine of global economic growth and convergence in living standards between countries. Trade liberalisation has contributed to large economic gains of emerging market economies and to poverty decline. Specialisation according to comparative advantage and, increasingly, technology-driven and deeper trade integration through global value chains have created new business opportunities and increased economic efficiency. Access to a wider variety of goods and services at cheaper prices has raised well-being and consumers’ purchasing power.

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Algunos países

Argentina Costa Rica
Brasil   España
Chile  México 
Colombia  

Evaluación general

Evaluación general de la situación économica

Durante los últimos cinco años, la economía mundial ha estado sumida en una trampa de bajo crecimiento caracterizada por un crecimiento decepcionantemente bajo estancado en torno al 3%. El persistente bajo crecimiento ha lastrado las expectativas futuras de crecimiento, reduciendo así el gasto actual y el crecimiento potencial del producto. La inversión y el comercio mundial han sido débiles, limitando los avances en la productividad laboral y en los salarios necesarios para respaldar un crecimiento sostenible del consumo.

 

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Previous releases

Interim Global Economic Outlook Assessment, March 2017

OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2016 Issue 2

Global Economic Outlook, November 2016

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation
Using the fiscal levers to escape the low-growth trap
Developments in individual OECD and selected non-member economies
Statistical annex 

Interim Global Economic Outlook Assessment, September 2016


OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2016 Issue 1

Global Economic Outlook, June 2016

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation
Promoting productivty and equality: a twin challenge
Developments in individual OECD and selected non-member economies
Statistical annex 

Interim Global Economic Outlook Assessment, February 2016


OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2015 Issue 2

Global Economic Outlook, November 2015

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation
Cool policy: climate change mitigation supporting growth
Developments in individual OECD and selected non-member economies
Statistical annex 

Interim Global Economic Outlook Assessment, September 2015


OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2015 Issue 1

Global Economic Outlook, June 2015

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation
Developments in individual OECD and selected non-member economies
Lifting investment for higher sustainable growth
Statistical annex 

Interim Global Economic Outlook Assessment, March 2015


OECD Economic Outlook, Volume 2014 Issue 2

Global Economic Outlook, November 2014

General assessment of the macroeconomic situation
Developments in individual OECD and selected non-member economies
Statistical annex 

Versions prior to November 2014 can be found here.

>> See also Economic Policy Papers, produced in the context of the work carried out on the two regular titles, OECD Economic Outlook and Going for Growth.