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OECD – Organisation For Economic Co-operation and Developmemnt

OECD brings together the governments of countries committed to democracy and the
market economy from around the world to:

• Support sustainable economic growth
• Boost employment
• Raise living standards
• Maintain financial stability
• Assist other countries’ economic development
• Contribute to growth in world trade

OECD also shares expertise and exchanges views with more than 100 other countries and economies, from Brazil, China, and Russia to the least developed countries in Africa.

For more than 40 years, OECD has been one of the world’s largest and most reliable sources of comparable statistics, and economic and social data. As well as collecting data, OECD monitors trends, analyses and forecasts economic developments and researches social changes or evolving patterns in trade, environment, agriculture, technology, taxation and more.

The Organisation provides a setting where governments compare policy experiences, seek answers to common problems, identify good practice and coordinate domestic and international policies.

OECD is one of the world’s largest publishers in the fields of economics and public policy. OECD publications are a prime vehicle for disseminating the Organisation’s intellectual output, both on paper and online.
Information about publications is available through the OECD Online Bookshop and through SourceOECD, its groundbreaking online library of statistical databases, books and periodicals.

The text is quoted from OECD

This article is written by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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