The OECD Forum
OECD Forum 2014 was truly a “meeting of minds”.
The discussions on Inclusive Growth, Jobs and Trust will remain at the top of the OECD agenda in the months to come.
We will keep you informed of new reports and follow-up meetings focusing on these key areas of work.
We would like to thank all the participants.
Over the OECD Week, we hosted 2 Prime Ministers, 6 Deputy Prime Ministers, 40 Ministers, 130 senior country delegates, 200 panellists and over 1900 participants from 70 countries.
And more than 200 journalists from 25 countries covered the event.
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We look forward to welcoming you to OECD Forum 2015!
Stay ahead of today's policy challenges
Inclusive growth, jobs and trust
The economic recovery may finally be gathering some steam in the OECD area, but the world economy is still not firing on all cylinders. High unemployment and widespread underemployment hold back demand, and investment and international trade are sluggish, while credit to the private sector remains tight in several countries. Though growth in China may be holding up, it is below trend in some large emerging economies, such as Brazil and India.
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