OECD


Also found in: Dictionary, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to OECD: World Bank

OECD:

see Organization for Economic Cooperation and DevelopmentOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Development
(OECD), international organization that came into being in 1961. It superseded the Organization for European Economic Cooperation, which had been founded in 1948 to coordinate the Marshall Plan for European economic recovery
..... Click the link for more information.
.
References in periodicals archive ?
5% of Dutch employees regularly work very long hours, which is the lowest rate in the OECD, where the average is 13%.
Furthermore, in the future, no information will be shared with the nation violating OECD rules.
However, the OECD pointed to the need to address the country's underdeveloped infrastructure in order to sustain economic growth.
In April 2015, OECD asked Lithuania and Costa Rica to attend accession talks.
The finance minister, according to a statement issued by the finance ministry, also held a bilateral meeting with the OECD secretary general to discuss ways and means to further strengthen the existing ties between Pakistan and the OECD.
The Tunis Declaration recognises the relevance of the OECD instruments to provide advice and inspiration to governments around the world, inviting the countries of the MENA region to join those mostly close to their priorities and fields of work, and commending the significant increase in memberships.
It is pertinent to mention that the OECD is an intergovernmental forum, which focuses on issues including trade, taxation, environment, technology and education.
5 percent each year between 2016 and 2018, the OECD said.
8 per cent, and the heart disease mortality rate is well below the OECD average.
The OECD itself has been understandably effusive about the significance of the work undertaken and completed in the BEPS Project and the extent to which it has played out on a global stage.
The OECD has broadened and deepened their analysis and policy recommendations to strengthen productivity.
Based on 2013, the report shows that Turkey fell behind most OECD countries, only beating Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Estonia, Chile and Mexico, with the latter having the worst figures.