Ministerial Council Meeting 2015



Outcomes of the Ministerial Council Meeting 2015

Read the final reports:

Chair's Summary


Ministerial Council Statement


Other reports available

See also:

the webcast of the final press conference 

the photos from the Ministerial Meeting

Family Photo of the Meeting of the OECD Council at Ministerial Level

Unlocking investment for sustainable growth and jobs

The 2015 OECD Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM) was held at the OECD Headquarters in Paris on Wednesday and Thursday 3-4 June 2015, back to back with the OECD Forum.

The MCM took place under the chairmanship of the Netherlands, with the Czech Republic, France and Korea as Vice-Chairs.  

The meeting brought together OECD Members and Partner countries, and several international organisations, to discuss policies that can help unlock stronger, fairer and greener growth. 

The MCM paid special attention to:

  • promoting investment
  • enhancing innovation
  • fostering education and skills
  • improving the business climate, including through responsible business conduct
  • strengthening the multilateral trading system
  • supporting the Post-2015 development agenda 

Discussions addressed the legacies of the crisis, with a strong focus on identifying new policy initiatives to meet the challenges of our time. 

This year’s MCM featured two innovative aspects: besides plenary sessions, Ministers also conducted discussions in a breakout group format. In addition, Ministers engaged in forward-looking scenario based policy discussions and exchanged views on how best to further stimulate international economic and development co-operation. 


Topics in 2015

Find out more about the topics that were discussed during the 2015 Ministerial Council Meeting:

Economic Outlook


Scenario-based policy discussion


Unlocking growth: the role of Investment, Innovation and Business Climate


Investing for a Low-Carbon Economy - Saving Resources, Greening Investment


Trade, Investment and Development


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