23-February-2010

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日本の政策課題達成のために:OECDの貢献

この冊子は、日本の将来にとって重要な九分野、すなわち内需主導の成長戦略、雇用、環境と気候変動、教育、税制改革、医療・介護、年金、地域政策と地方分権、そしてパブリック・ガバナンスにおけるOECDの政策展望を紹介している.

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Japan has been hard-hit by the global financial crisis. Its main economic challenges include raising its growth potential, upgrading the financial sector, resolving its fiscal problem, reforming health care and improving climate change policies.

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