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  • 10-juillet-2014

    Français

    Étude économique de la Turquie 2014

    Le dynamisme des entreprises a soutenu une croissance inclusive dans les années 2000. Poursuivre la croissance sans aggraver les déséquilibres externes nécessite des réformes structurelles dans le secteur des entreprises pour en stimuler la productivité et la compétitivité.

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  • 10-July-2014

    English

    Türkiye: Makroekonomik istikrar ve yapısal reformlar, üretim yapısının güçlenmesi için hayati.

    OECD Türkiye Ekonomik İnceleme Raporuna göre; Türkiye ekonomisi önümüzdeki yıllarda büyümeye devam edecek ancak, ekonominin dış kaynak ile fonlanan iç tüketime aşırı bağımlılığı halen devam etmekte.

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  • 10-juillet-2014

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    La stabilité macroéconomique et les réformes structurelles sont les clés d’une croissance forte et inclusive en Turquie, selon l'OCDE

    La croissance de la Turquie se renforcera dans les années à venir, mais l’économie reste trop dépendante de la consommation intérieure financée par les capitaux étrangers, selon la dernière Étude économique de l’OCDE : Turquie 2014.

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  • 9-juillet-2014

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    Les gouvernements doivent traiter le problème de la vulnérabilité des institutions sociales, selon l’OCDE

    Le prix à payer sera lourd pour les générations futures si les pays ne parviennent pas à réformer leurs systèmes de retraite, de santé et d’assurance chômage, selon un nouveau rapport de l’OCDE.

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  • 9-July-2014

    English

    Vulnerability of Social Institutions

    This report examines the sustainability of social institutions and their ability to absorb and cope with short-term shocks and longer-term trends by providing risk sharing and expenditure smoothing, focusing on pension, health care and unemployment insurance schemes.

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  • 8-July-2014

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    Portugal: Deepening structural reform to support growth and competitiveness

    Having been hit hard by the global crisis, the Portuguese government has taken action to put its economy back on track, and to correct external and budgetary imbalances. This document highlights some key priorities to support economic growth and competitiveness through further productivity-enhancing structural reforms.

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  • 8-juillet-2014

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    Indicateurs composites avancés de l'OCDE - Mise à jour : juillet 2014

    Les indicateurs composites avancés signalent une dynamique de croissance stable dans la zone OCDE

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  • 8-July-2014

    English

    Portugal: Deepening Structural Reform to Support Growth and Competitiveness

    Having been hit hard by the global crisis, the Portuguese government has taken action to put its economy back on track, and to correct external and budgetary imbalances. Public finances have strengthened, and the current account deficit has closed on the back of gains in competitiveness and improvements in export performance. Portugal has also been able to reduce income inequality and relative poverty, a major accomplishment during a severe crisis with record levels of unemployment. As Portugal successfully exits the EU-IMF-ECB-supported programme and emerges from recession, it is more important than ever to build on these achievements.

    At the request of the Portuguese authorities, the OECD has carried out an assessment of the impact of the reforms implemented to date on the economy’s longer-term growth outlook. The analysis is based on OECD indicators of the restrictiveness of Product Market Regulation (PMR) and the strictness of Employment Protection Legislation (EPL). It updates the OECD report Portugal: Reforming the State to Promote Growth, published in 2013.

    According to the OECD’s Going for Growth exercise, Portugal is among the OECD countries with the best recent track record of responsiveness to structural reform recommendations. The reforms undertaken since 2009 to promote competition in product markets and enhance the dynamism of the labour market are expected to raise productivity and potential GDP by at least 3.5% by 2020.

  • 3-juillet-2014

    Français

    Comptes nationaux trimestriels de l'OCDE - Contributions à la croissance du PIB - premier trimestre 2014

    La consommation privée, principal moteur d’une croissance modeste du PIB de l’OCDE au premier trimestre de 2014

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  • 3-July-2014

    English

    OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy: Colombia 2014

    This review offers a comprehensive assessment of the innovation system of Colombia, focusing on the role of government. It provides concrete recommendations on how to improve policies that affect innovation performance, including R&D policies and identifies good practices from which other countries can learn.

    The Overall assessment and recommendations is also available in French and Spanish.

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