Media advisory - OECD Economic Survey of Belgium: Tuesday 14 June 10:45 Press conference in Brussels


09/06/2022 - The OECD will present a new OECD Economic Survey of Belgium on Tuesday 14 June. The Survey looks at the risks to Belgium’s economic recovery from rising inflation, supply pressures and other effects of the war in Ukraine. A special chapter looks at how Belgium could improve education, employment and housing policy to boost social mobility for vulnerable groups.


OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann will present the Survey’s findings at a press conference alongside Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo starting at 10:45 on Tuesday 14 June at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister (Wetstraat 16, 1000 Brussels). The press conference will be livestreamed via the Prime Minister’s Twitter account and You Tube Channel.



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