The latest OECD Economic Survey of Greece, to be released on Wednesday 22 July, looks at the country’s current economic situation, including the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and discusses how Greece can surmount the challenges to returning to a path of stronger and more inclusive recovery.
The fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic is causing unprecedented uncertainties in global food supply chains, with potential bottlenecks in labour markets, input industries, agriculture production, food processing, transport and logistics, as well as shifts in demand for food and food services.
Costa Rica hace lo correcto al centrar sus esfuerzos en combatir la crisis sanitaria, social y económica causada por la pandemia de Covid-19 con oportunas medidas de confinamiento y ayudas económicas innovadoras y bien dirigidas a los más afectados por la crisis.
Costa Rica is rightly focusing its efforts on combating the health, social and economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic with timely confinement measures as well as well-targeted and innovative economic support.
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría announced today to the OECD Council that he will not be seeking an additional mandate to lead the Organisation.
Swift action by the U.S. government has helped shield households and businesses from the immediate economic shock of the Covid-19 pandemic, even as efforts continue to bring the spread of the virus under control.
New data released today, provides aggregated information on the global tax and economic activities of nearly 4,000 multinational enterprise (MNE) groups headquartered in 26 jurisdictions and operating across more than 100 jurisdictions worldwide.
The Covid-19 pandemic is turning into a jobs crisis far worse than the 2008 crisis. Women, young people and workers on low incomes are being hit hardest, according to a new OECD report and unemployment statistics released today.
OECD annual inflation slowed to 0.7% in May 2020, driven by energy prices; food prices inflation continued to rise
The latest edition of the OECD’s annual Agricultural Policy Monitoring and Evaluation report shows that the support policies implemented by the 54 countries studied – all OECD and EU countries, plus 12 key emerging economies – provided on average USD 536 billion (EUR 469 billion) per year of direct support to farmers from 2017 to 2019.