Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD
Location:Paris
Founded:1962
Membership:Top business organizations from all 34 OECD member economies as well as major non-member economies

Role

As the officially recognized representative of the OECD business community, advocates consensus industry views to the OECD and its member governments, to ensure that the resulting policy instruments and guidance assist private sector growth and prosperity and, thereby, contribute to the global economy. Coordinates and directly communicates business positions to the OECD in such areas as trade, economic and financial policies, foreign investment, information and telecommunications policy, social policy, taxation, energy and environmental policy.

Recent News

Sustainability The Sustainable Development Goals as Business Opportunities (7/21/2016) - Highlighting shared interests between business and development, USCIB contributed several articles to the OECD report: SDGs as Business Opportunities
L-R: U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez and Ronnie Goldberg (USCIB) in Beijing IOE at Labor Ministerial: Implement G20 Commitments (7/18/2016) - IOE stressed the need for reforms to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation at the G20 Labor Ministerial in Beijing.

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