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Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international agency consisting of 30 member nations that are dedicated to economic growth and stability, democratic governance, and the economic development of the organization's less economically developed members and nonmember countries. In many ways, the OECD is unique. It provides numerous and varied services to its members including basic in-depth research on global matters, consultations on economic and social issues, and the diplomatic context in which various agreements and conventions have been entered into and observed. Moreover, the work done at the OECD is central and highly significant both in public policy formation in the member states and in terms of corporate governance given the emphasis that the agency has placed on the role that ...

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