Latest OECD News

More efforts needed to boost trust in AI in financial sector, says OECD
New report recommends more action to prevent human rights harms in business sector
Ireland urgently needs to build better world of work for persons with disabilities, says OECD
Iceland should step up efforts to detect and enforce its foreign bribery offences
ABS labour force figures for November
Brazil: Reforms to spur competitiveness, productivity and trade would strengthen COVID-19 recovery
Australia likely no longer key migration destination
Sydney University and General Electric to drive Australian manufacturing
CBA responds to ASIC review of school banking programs
Making users crims doesn’t help anyone
OPINION: A multilateral agenda for a strong, resilient, green and inclusive recovery from COVID-19
Finland: boost employment and productivity growth to avoid lasting scars from COVID-19 crisis
Urgent action is needed to reduce over-fishing and reform support to fisheries sector
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 9 December
Invest more in infrastructure, digital economy and energy transition for a strong and greener recovery from COVID-19 crisis
New report shows majority of casuals do not receive loading and have regular hours
Measures needed to curb particulate matter emitted by wear of car parts and road surfaces
COVID-19 crisis adds pressure to private and public pensions systems
New Global Index Defines What Makes Asia Pacific’s Economies More Digitally Trusted and Resilient
OECD Leaders’ Gathering and OECD Forum Virtual Events at 60th Anniversary of Signing of OECD Convention – 14
Czech Republic: actively support business and employment to strengthen COVID-19 recovery
Investing in a greener, fairer economy will strengthen recovery from COVID-19 crisis
Deloitte Access Economics: economy roars back
Gas market interventions can risk investment and supply
OECD tax revenues fall slightly before COVID-19 pandemic, but countries face much larger decreases ahead
Bumps in road ahead but our recovery is strong
Being acknowledged is first step to being included
OECD upgrades Australia’s economic growth outlook 3 December
National accounts show government spending must continue
Continued fiscal support and public health action needed to make hope of recovery a reality
COVID-19 crisis highlights widening regional disparities in healthcare and economy
Australia beats 2020 target by 459 million tonnes
COVID-19 crisis accentuating need to bridge digital divides
Australian Government extremely disappointed in Chinese decision to impose preliminary tariffs on Australian wine
Asia-Pacific countries have managed COVID-19 crisis relatively well but major challenges remain
Governments should strike a balance between encouraging philanthropy through tax support and ensuring effective
International trade statistics: trends in third quarter 2020
APS Blockchain Network launched successfully
Norway leading pack to electrify all car sales in five year
Lithuania: COVID-19 crisis reinforces need for reforms to drive growth and reduce inequality
New report reveals how COVID crisis could set-back a generation of women in business
COVID-19 crisis could set-back a generation of women in business
E-commerce businesses pledge to strengthen product safety online
G20: Global co-operation and strong policy action needed for a sustainable recovery – OECD
GDP Growth – Third quarter of 2020, OECD
Australia Lags on UN Targets for a More Prosperous, Greener, Fairer Nation: Monash Report
With its strong enforcement record, United States confirms its leading role in fight against transnational
Aussie men among most obese in OECD, says AIHW