Sovereign borrowing needs are expected to increase in 2023 against the backdrop of the financial and economic spillovers of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, as many OECD countries seek to cushion households and businesses from rising prices, according to a new OECD report.
OECD unemployment rate stable at record low of 4.8% in March 2023
Real household income rises in the second half of an otherwise weak 2022
Despite progress in recent years, more work needs to be done, across all OECD countries, to secure gender equality, with women and girls still facing inappropriate disadvantages and barriers in most spheres of social and economic life, according to a new OECD report.
The latest OECD Economic Survey of Germany shows how the COVID-19 and energy crises have exposed structural weaknesses in the economy, underscoring the need to improve energy security, to modernise, digitalise and streamline government administration and to address skills shortages while boosting investment in the green and digital transition.
OECD inflation falls to 7.7% in March 2023, as energy inflation continues to drop
Am 8. Mai 2023 stellt die OECD gleich zwei deutschlandspezifische Studien vor: Der Wirtschaftsbericht für Deutschland 2023 untersucht die gesamtwirtschaftliche Entwicklung des Landes im Kontext globaler und nationaler Herausforderungen, darunter die anhaltende Energiekrise. Die Studie gibt politische Empfehlungen zur Stärkung des Aufschwungs. Zusammenhalt sorgen kann.
Viet Nam is one of the few countries in Southeast Asia to have avoided a COVID-19 recession, thanks to its capable management of the crisis and sound economic policies. It is important now to work on reforms to ensure continued economic and social progress and keep the economy resilient to external and domestic challenges, according to a new OECD report.
Taxes on labour increased in 2022 as rising nominal wages pushed workers into higher tax brackets and reduced their eligibility for tax credits and cash benefits, according to a new OECD report.
OECD employment and labour force participation rates reach record highs in the fourth quarter of 2022