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  • 6-mars-2018

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  • 1-mars-2018

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    L’OCDE met en lumière de sérieuses lacunes dans la lutte contre le commerce illicite

    La capacité des réseaux criminels à faire circuler des biens sans se faire repérer suscite des risques pour les consommateurs et les entreprises. Aujourd’hui, l’OCDE ouvre une nouvelle phase dans les efforts qu’elle déploie pour aider les pouvoirs publics à pallier ces faiblesses et à mieux protéger les consommateurs et les entreprises.

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  • 28-February-2018

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    Survey on the sourcing practices of SMEs operating in the garment and footwear sector supply chain

    As part of the implementation strategy for the recently adopted OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector, the OECD is conducting a series of surveys that target SMEs operating within the sector.

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  • 27-February-2018

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    Industrial robotics and the global organisation of production

    In order to safeguard their competitiveness in an increasingly digitalised global economy, governments across OECD and emerging economies are implementing a range of policy measures/programmes to support investment in and use of robotics. This paper assesses the extent to which robotics impact the organisation of production through offshoring and backshoring.

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  • 26-February-2018

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    Enhancing Competitiveness in Central Asia

    Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan have recorded impressive economic growth rates since 2000, driven mainly by the export of commodities and labour. However, the end of the commodity super-cycle and the recent economic slowdown highlighted the risks inherent in this reliance on minerals exports and remittances, as well as the challenges to be overcome to achieve more stable and inclusive growth. The Central Asian countries have long recognised the importance of enhancing the competitiveness of their economies, diversifying the production structures and improving the resilience to external shocks. This will require ambitious reforms in three areas: governance, connectivity, and business environment. This publication focuses mostly on aspects of the business environment and reflects several years of OECD work with Central Asian countries on access to finance, business internationalisation and skills development. Each of the country case studies presented here is the result of a country-specific project carried out by the OECD, hand-in-hand with the governments of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan.
  • 23-February-2018

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    2018 OECD SME Ministerial Conference

    All great things come to an end! We have reached the conclusion of the 2018 Ministerial Conference on SMEs. My thanks to the Mexican Government for hosting us, and for its leadership in elevating SME issues on the international policy agenda.

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  • 23-February-2018

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    Global value chains and centrality: Mapping key hubs, spokes and the periphery

    This paper uses “centrality” metrics to reflect position with GVCs. Central sectors reflect those that are highly connected (both directly and indirectly) and influential within global production networks, whereas peripheral sectors exhibit weak linkages and are less influential. Applying these metrics to OECD ICIO data reveals profound changes in the structure of GVCs over the period 1995-2011.

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  • 22-February-2018

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    2018 OECD SME Ministerial Conference

    I am delighted to open the 2018 OECD SME Ministerial Conference on “Strengthening SMEs and Entrepreneurship for Productivity and Inclusive Growth”.

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  • 22-February-2018

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    Ministerial Conference on SMEs

    22-23 February 2018 (Mexico City): The Ministerial Conference on SMEs will offer a crucial platform for addressing how governments can provide SMEs with the right conditions to maximise their contributions to productivity growth and social inclusion.

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  • 22-février-2018

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    Panorama de l'entrepreneuriat 2017

    La publication est produite par le Programme d'indicateurs de l'entrepreneuriat OCDE-Eurostat sur la base de données officielles. L'édition 2017 inclut un chapitre sur les nouvelles tendances, qui présente également les développements récents liés à l'émergence des « travailleurs à la demande » et à l'utilisation des outils numériques par les microentreprises.
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