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OECD launches sites for each of its member countries on www.oecd.org

 

20/04/2005 - With www.oecd.org/infobycountry, you now have a one-stop-shop for OECD work on member countries.

Regular visits to one of these country Web sites will allow you to be kept informed of the latest news or events and the most recent OECD documents and publications on a given country.

From one country site, you can widen your research and compare the results of a specific country with other OECD economies, thus, fully benefiting from the OECD’s comparative approach.

To satisfy increasing demands, the Country Web sites also feature a statistical profile for each OECD country. Some 100 key statistical indicators are provided and users can compare the figures with those of the other member countries (see the table below).

Finally, the Country Web sites propose several ways of navigation: by topic, in chronological order, by document category or by language.

Main features on each Country Web Site:

  • What’s new: News, recent and forthcoming events or conferences, latest publications.
  • Country name and the OECD: ratification of the convention, role and activities of the delegation, financial contribution to the budget, etc.
  • Publications & documents: documentation listed in chronological order, by topic or document categories
  • Don’t Miss: Country profile including over 100 indicators, how to obtain OECD publications, list of translations, useful links and contact us.

Don't hesitate to send your comments or suggestions to countrywebmaster@oecd.org. To establish links to these Country Web sites from your Internet site, please use the following addresses:

 Country name  English site  Statistical profile
 Country portal:  www.oecd.org/infobycountry  
 Austria:  www.oecd.org/austria  www.oecd.org/austria/statistics
 Australia:  www.oecd.org/australia  www.oecd.org/australia/statistics
 Belgium:  www.oecd.org/belgium  www.oecd.org/belgium/statistics
 Canada:  www.oecd.org/canada  www.oecd.org/canada/statistics
 Czech Republic:  www.oecd.org/czech  www.oecd.org/czech/statistics
 Denmark:  www.oecd.org/denmark  www.oecd.org/denmark/statistics
 European Union:  www.oecd.org/eu  
 Finland:  www.oecd.org/finland  www.oecd.org/finland/statistics
 France:  www.oecd.org/france  www.oecd.org/france/statistics
 Germany:  www.oecd.org/germany  www.oecd.org/germany/statistics
 Greece:  www.oecd.org/greece  www.oecd.org/greece/statistics
 Hungary:  www.oecd.org/hungary  www.oecd.org/hungary/statistics
 Iceland:  www.oecd.org/iceland  www.oecd.org/iceland/statistics
 Ireland:  www.oecd.org/ireland  www.oecd.org/ireland/statistics
 Italy:  www.oecd.org/italy  www.oecd.org/italy/statistics
 Japan:  www.oecd.org/japan  www.oecd.org/japan/statistics
 Korea:  www.oecd.org/korea  www.oecd.org/korea/statistics
 Luxembourg:  www.oecd.org/luxembourg  www.oecd.org/luxembourg/statistics
 Mexico:  www.oecd.org/mexico  www.oecd.org/mexico/statistics
 Netherlands:  www.oecd.org/netherlands  www.oecd.org/netherlands/statistics
 New Zealand:  www.oecd.org/nz  www.oecd.org/nz/statistics
 Norway:  www.oecd.org/norway  www.oecd.org/norway/statistics
 Poland:  www.oecd.org/poland  www.oecd.org/poland/statistics
 Portugal:  www.oecd.org/portugal  www.oecd.org/portugal/statistics
 Slovak Republic:  www.oecd.org/slovakia  www.oecd.org/slovakia/statistics
 Spain:  www.oecd.org/spain  www.oecd.org/spain/statistics
 Sweden:  www.oecd.org/sweden  www.oecd.org/sweden/statistics
 Switzerland:  www.oecd.org/switzerland  www.oecd.org/switzerland/statistics
 Turkey:  www.oecd.org/turkey  www.oecd.org/turkey/statistics
 United Kingdom:  www.oecd.org/uk  www.oecd.org/uk/statistics
 United States:  www.oecd.org/us  www.oecd.org/us/statistics

 

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