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Yonhap News Agency
Moon calls for increased cooperation with OECD for growth, job creationfor Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Thursday. The remarks came at
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for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Thursday. The remarks came at a meeting with OECD Secretary-General Jose Angel Gurria, who arrived here earlier in the week at the invitation of Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, according to the... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Moon calls for increased cooperation with OECD for growth, job creationfor Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Thursday. The remarks came at
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for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Thursday. The remarks came at a meeting with OECD Secretary-General Jose Angel Gurria, who arrived here earlier in the week at the invitation of Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, according to the... Read more
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Reuters
Labor productivity, reforms top tasks for South Korea: OECD chiefin skills, more flexibility in the labor market, more flexibility in the produc
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in skills, more flexibility in the labor market, more flexibility in the products market,” OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria told Reuters in an interview, adding South Korea’s labor productivity is about 50 percent of that for the best... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
OECD mayors conference kicks off in Seoulwill also talk about creating a level playing field for small and medium-sized
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will also talk about creating a level playing field for small and medium-sized companies. Park and OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria are to deliver a joint declaration on sustainable and inclusive growth, the Seoul city government said. The... Read more
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Perth Now
UK rates set to rise as inflation spikescould yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing cha
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could yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing challenging times, with Brexit creating serious economic uncertainties that could stifle growth for years to come," said Angel Gurria, the OECD's secr... Read more
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Adelaide Now
UK rates set to rise as inflation spikescould yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing cha
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could yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing challenging times, with Brexit creating serious economic uncertainties that could stifle growth for years to come," said Angel Gurria, the OECD's secr... Read more
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The Courier Mail
UK rates set to rise as inflation spikescould yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing cha
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could yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing challenging times, with Brexit creating serious economic uncertainties that could stifle growth for years to come," said Angel Gurria, the OECD's secr... Read more
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News.com.au
UK rates set to rise as inflation spikescould yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing cha
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could yield a "significant" growth dividend. "The United Kingdom is facing challenging times, with Brexit creating serious economic uncertainties that could stifle growth for years to come," said Angel Gurria, the OECD's secr... Read more
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Daily Mirror
European Parliament president says Brexit divorce bill likely to be up to €60bnBrexit to the Blitz as he urged Britain to “keep calm and carry on”. Speaking
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Brexit to the Blitz as he urged Britain to “keep calm and carry on”. Speaking at the Treasury, OECD secretary eneral Angel Gurria said: “What was it that Churchill said? ‘Stay calm and carry on’. “This is as valid now as it was then in the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Brexit talks at a standstill unless EU backs Britain's trade talksBrexit to the Blitz as he urged Britain to “keep calm and carry on”. Speaking
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Brexit to the Blitz as he urged Britain to “keep calm and carry on”. Speaking at the Treasury, OECD secretary eneral Angel Gurria said: “What was it that Churchill said? ‘Stay calm and carry on’. “This is as valid now as it was then in the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Britain's economy will continue to grow even if it leaves the EU without a deal, OECD admitsby political decision (change of majority, new referendum, etc.), the positive
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
by political decision (change of majority, new referendum, etc.), the positive impact on growth would be significant." Angel Gurria, the Secretary-General of the OECD, said: “What was it Churchill said? Keep calm and carry on. It’s like in the... Read more
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express
Hammond humiliated as think tank that advises the Treasury likens Brexit to 'the BLITZ'second national poll overturning last year's Leave vote would have a "positive"
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second national poll overturning last year's Leave vote would have a "positive" and significant" impact on UK growth. And Angel Gurria, OECD general-secretary, compared the experience of leaving the European block to the German bombing offensive... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Reversing Brexit would give 'significant' boost to UK: OECDfrom the EU was in "everyone's interest". The country must now "stay calm and
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
from the EU was in "everyone's interest". The country must now "stay calm and carry on", said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria at the presentation of the report. Asked whether the UK should pursue a longer transition period for exiting... Read more
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BBC News
Brexit reversal would boost UK, says OECDprovide greater certainty for businesses up and down the UK, and across the Eur
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provide greater certainty for businesses up and down the UK, and across the European Union." The OECD's secretary general, Angel Gurria, said that any future relationship with the European Union should be close: "It will be crucial the EU and the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
World Bank Must Stop Encouraging Harmful Tax Competitionto enhance collection and compliance, and to reduce evasion and avoidance. Acco
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to enhance collection and compliance, and to reduce evasion and avoidance. According to OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria, "developing countries are estimated to lose to tax havens almost three times what they get from developed... Read more
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Reuters
EU should take advantage of drop in migrant influx: OECD'S Gurriaand Development. “Right now we have an opportunity. There is a little bit of a
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and Development. “Right now we have an opportunity. There is a little bit of a breathing space,” Secretary General Angel Gurria said in an interview. “But I think we should use the opportunity of this quiet period to be able to have a... Read more
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BBC News
OECD predicts upturn in global growthremained unchanged from its March prediction. Despite the OECD's upgrade to it
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remained unchanged from its March prediction. Despite the OECD's upgrade to its global growth forecast, secretary general, Angel Gurria remained downbeat: "Everything is relative. What I would not like us to do is celebrate the fact we're moving... Read more
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express
Theresa May and Donald Tusk to meet in Brexit showdown next weekKorean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for
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Korean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development chief Angel Gurria, restating the UK's call for the international body to amend its rules to allow assistance to British... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Theresa May expects Boris Johnson to remain in CabinetKorean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 days ago
Korean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development chief Angel Gurria, restating the UK's call for the international body to amend its rules to allow assistance to British... Read more
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The News and Star
Theresa May expects Boris Johnson to remain in CabinetKorean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for
The News and Star / Posted 30 days ago
Korean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development chief Angel Gurria, restating the UK's call for the international body to amend its rules to allow assistance to British... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Theresa May expects Boris Johnson to remain in CabinetKorean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for
Whitehaven News / Posted 30 days ago
Korean president Moon Jae-In. She also spoke over lunch with Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development chief Angel Gurria, restating the UK's call for the international body to amend its rules to allow assistance to British... Read more
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