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OECD Economic Outlook, Interim Report September 2016 Click to Access:
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This Interim Report updates projections made in the June 2016 issue of OECD Economic Outlook (Number 99).
National Accounts of OECD Countries, Volume 2016 Issue 1 Click to Access:
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This National Accounts volume covers expenditure-based GDP, output-based GDP, income-based GDP, GDP per capita, disposable income, saving and net lending, population and employment. It includes also comparative tables based on purchasing power...

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Housing Click to Access:
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Housing includes rent prices, real and nominal prices for housing price indices, and ratios of price to rent and price to income.
Debate the Issues: New Approaches to Economic Challenges Click to Access:
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To capitalise on the new international resolve epitomised by COP21 and the agreement on the universal Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires a renewed effort to promote new policy thinking and new approaches to the great challenges ahead....
Cardiac Arrest or Dizzy Spell Click to Access:
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World trade growth was rapid in the two decades prior to the global financial crisis but has halved subsequently. There are both structural and cyclical reasons for the slowdown. A deceleration in the rate of trade liberalisation post 2000 was initially obscured by the ongoing expansion of...
 
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A decline in the OECD-wide unemployment rate of half a percentage point is projected over 2016-2017, with employment continuing to rise by just under 1% per year
 
 
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