OECD Home › Trade › Publications & Documents › News Release
English, , 73kb
Export Credits Statement - 24 April 2009
Thirty-five countries have agreed to co-ordinate export credit support to help boost international trade and investment during the economic crisis. The OECD will host regular meetings to exchange information and monitor progress.
Resisting protectionism and reviving stalled trade reforms would help the major emerging economies build on the progress achieved over the past two decades and emerge from the crisis with their trade performance strengthened, says a new OECD report.
As the global economic slowdown threatens to increase food insecurity among the world’s poor, a new OECD report calls on the major emerging economies to ensure their agricultural policies are focussed on long-term sustainability rather than short-term fixes..
OECD is preparing a two-pillar action plan for governments, as part of a global response to the world financial crisis, calling for tighter regulation and oversight of financial markets and improved national policies to promote economic growth.
but they are still available upon request. If you would like to receive one specific issue please send its title and release date to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECD-Länder, die an dem OECD Übereinkommen über Leitlinien für öffentlich unterstützte Exportkredite teilnehmen, haben sich auf ein zweijähriges Pilotprogramm geeinigt...
OECD countries participating in the OECD Export Credit Arrangement agreed on a two-year pilot programme which will provide greater transparency and efficiency in the use of untied aid credits to developing countries.
OECD analysis has provided ample evidence of the shortcomings that plague many current farm policies. This report takes the next step and suggests where to go from here. It shows that countries can reap the gains of market-orientation and open tr...
"Negotiations have been proceeding at the OECD on common approaches to officially supported export credits and the environment. Much progress has been made, and I foresee OECD discussions continuing towards further improvements".