EMnet is the OECD Development Centre’s business platform for dialogue and analysis of policy challenges, economic trends and business strategies between high-level officials, top executives from multinational corporations and OECD experts, focused on the emerging markets.
EMnet events are closed to the public and operate under Chatham House rule in order to trigger outspoken discussions, and share experiences on how companies and policy makers adapt their strategies to emerging markets issues.
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Working Group on Business and Sustainability
14 April 2021 | 14.30 - 16.00 (CET Paris)
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EMnet policy note on business and sustainability in emerging markets
Business Insights on Emerging Markets: the case for digital transformation as a driver for post-COVID recovery
12 April 2021 | 14.30 - 16.00 (CET Paris)
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EMnet events are by invitation only
26 January 2021 | Webinar
11 February 2021 | Webinar
EMnet webinar on IEA World Energy Outlook 2020
25 March 2021 | March on Gender webinar
EMnet - WISE panel discussion on 'Mind the gender gap: Connecting business and governments to build back better'. Register here
12 April 2021 | Virtual event
13 April 2021 | Virtual event
14 April 2021 | Virtual event
EMnet working group on Business and Sustainability in Emerging Markets
6 May 2021 | Webinar
EMnet webinar on the Economic Outlook for South East Asia, China and India
EMnet reports and publications 2020
The 2020 edition of Business Insights on Emerging Markets provides a private sector perspective on investment opportunities and challenges in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
By 2021, at least 40% of Latin America’s GDP is expected to be generated by the digital economy.
Urbanisation is increasing rapidly in Asia, where the population of cities grew from 936 million in 2000 to 1.6 billion in 2017.
Industrialisation in Africa depends on increasing local production for intra-African exports, which currently represents only 17% of the continent’s total exports.
Consult past publications here