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DIRECTORIO AMBIENTAL DE LA OCDE

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Fundada el 14 de diciembre de 1960 en sustitución de la Organización para la Cooperación Económica Europea (OCEE) establecida en 1948.

Países miembro: Alemania, Aoetearoa (Nueva Zelandia), Australia, Austria, Bélgica, Canadá, Corea del Sur, Dinamarca, Eslovaquia, España, Estados Unidos, Finlandia, Francia, Grecia, Holanda, Hungría, Irlanda, Islandia, Italia, Japón, Luxemburgo, México, Noruega, Polonia, Portugal, Reino Unido, República Checa, Suecia, Suiza y Turquía. Su meta es asistir a los gobiernos miembro en la formulación de sus políticas económicas y sociales y coordinar las posiciones comunes de las naciones capitalistas del Norte.

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The OECD groups 30 member countries sharing a commitment to democratic government and the market economy. With active relationships with some 70 other countries, NGOs and civil society , it has a global reach. Best known for its publications and its statistics, its work covers economic and social issues from macroeconomics, to trade, education, development and science and innovation.
The OECD plays a prominent role in fostering good governance in the public service and in corporate activity. It helps governments to ensure the responsiveness of key economic areas with sectoral monitoring. By deciphering emerging issues and identifying policies that work, it helps policy-makers adopt strategic orientations. It is well known for its individual country surveys and reviews.
The OECD produces internationally agreed instruments, decisions and recommendations to promote rules of the game in areas where multilateral agreement is necessary for individual countries to make progress in a globalised economy. Sharing the benefits of growth is also crucial as shown in activities such as emerging economies, sustainable development, territorial economy and aid.