Composite leading indicators point to strengthening growth momentum in the euro area
Private consumption driving overall OECD GDP growth in the fourth quarter of 2014
OECD annual inflation broadly stable at 0.6% in February 2015
The OECD Statistics Directorate and China recognise the importance of adopting international standards and classifications for the compilation and dissemination of quality statistics; and the need to strengthen co-operation between national and international organisations and the advantages of sharing knowledge and experience on global best practices to enhance the understanding and implementation of statistical methodologies.
The objective of the joint EC- OECD workshop is to foster harmonisation and promote the use of business and consumer opinion surveys.
The Main Economic Indicators (MEI) presents comparative statistics that provide an overview of recent international economic developments through the presentation of a wide range of short-term economic indicators for the OECD member countries, zones and selected non-member countries.
OECD Unit Labour Costs rise by 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2014
G20 GDP growth steady at 0.9% in the fourth quarter of 2014
OECD unemployment rate at 7.0% in January 2015
Composite leading indicators point to positive change in growth momentum in the euro area