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United States Mission to the OECD

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Transcript of United States Mission to the OECD

Engage
Vision
United States Mission
to the OECD

34 OECD MEMBER COUNTRIES
KEY PARTNER COUNTRIES
Accession Countries & Hopefuls
PARTNERS
Ambassador
Daniel Yohannes
Action
U.S. PRIORITIES

Stewardship
Outward Orientation
Level Playing Field
Modern & Relevant
Open Government Partnership
Gender Initiative
Anti-Bribery
Internet Policy-making Principles
Competitive Neutrality
Development
MENA
Green Growth
@USOECD
usoecd.usmission.gov
careers.state.gov/students
oecd.org
Thank you
OECD GOALS

Level Playing Field
Raise Standards
Share Best Practices
Promote Economic Growth
Trade
OECD Today
Areas of Expertise
Benefits to the United States
Why is it important?
The 34 Member Countries account for:
69 percent of World GNI
60 percent of World Trade
95 percent of Official Development Assistance
18 percent of the World Population
Corporate Governance
Energy
Export Credits
Competition
Cyber Security
Corruption
Insurance & Pensions
Development & Aid
Economics
Finance
Social Issues
International Migration
Steel
Employment
Education
Environment
Biotechnology
Agriculture & Fisheries
Trade
Transport
Health
Investment
Science & Technology
Promotes American economic principles
Promotes global economic growth
Provides recommendations on economic policy reforms
Enhances U.S. Energy Security
Enhances Safety of Nuclear Energy
Creates a level playing field for U.S. businesses overseas
Protects our national security by combating terrorist financing and money laundering
Reaps savings to Government & Industry
Encourages major emerging markets -- in particular Russia, Brazil, India, Indonesia, China & South Africa
Economic challenges are increasingly global and inextricably linked
Coordinated policy solutions more effective
Governments benefit from sharing policy experience and best practices
A neutral source of monitoring analysis
OECD Women's Business Forum
Developing World
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