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The OECD has supported the work of the G20 on a wide range of issues, reflecting the diversity of the OECD’s expertise in public policy. You can view highlights and deliverables from our work in the following areas:

 

AGRICULTURE
G20 countries have adopted an Action Plan on Food Price Volatility and Agriculture to ensure stable access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food for everyone.
      FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM
In order to prevent future crises, it is important to ensure that the financial sector is appropriately regulated. The G20 has made considerable progress in monitoring the implementation of the agreed financial reforms.
 

ANTI-CORRUPTION
The G20 have committed to the implementation of international legislative frameworks, the adoption of measures in preventing and combating corruption, the strengthening of international co-operation, and a stronger engagement with the private sector.
   
FRAMEWORK FOR STRONG SUSTAINABLE AND BALANCED GROWTH
The framework identified the policies and the way G20 countries work together to generate strong, sustainable and balanced global growth.  The OECD contributes by sharing experience and expertese in several structural reform areas and by monitoring the progress of their implimintation.
 

DEVELOPMENT
The OECD has contributed extensively to the definition of the G20 development concepts, based on growth and resilience, as well as knowledge sharing and policy dialogues to benefit low-income countries.
   
FINANCING FOR INVESTMENT
The increasingly short supply of long-term capital since the 2008 financial crisis has profound implications for growth and financial stability.
 

‌‌‌EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL POLICIES
The OECD supports the G20 in this area by identifying relevant responses to the jobs crisis, policies to minimise economic effects and strategies to promote a job-rich recovery. The OECD has provided extensive support to the G20 Task Force on Employment.
   
‌‌TAXATION
The OECD and the G20 have a mutually beneficial relationship in the area of taxation. While the G20 has incentivised changes in OECD standards and initiatives, the OECD has in turn helped push forward cutting-edge issues on the G20 tax agenda.
 

‌‌ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND GREEN GROWTH
G20 presidencies have addressed issues related to the environment and energy sustainability from different angles. The OECD has supported the G20 in the many related of these related areas. 


   

TRADE AND INVESTMENT
At the hight of the crisis, the G20 committed to act collectively to fight against protectionist measures, and to address innovative issues not directly part of the international trade negotiations.