OECD Observer

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This 36th issue of the OECD Observer features articles on develoment aid, ocean freight rates, and public employment services.

Table of Contents

-The role of public employment services in an active manpower policy 3
-Ocean freight rates' share in total transport costs 6
-Slowdown in the growth of European tourism 10
-Development assistance: Changing needs and problems 13
--A global strategy for development by Edwin M. Martin, Chairman of the OECD Development Assistance Committee 14
--How much progress are the developing countries making? 16
--New patterns in the aid relationship 20
--Statistics: The facts about resource flows to developing countries 22
-- New approaches to private investment: New trends in the role of private foreign investment for development 27
--A "Green Revolution" in the developing countries? 30
--The significance of educational progress 33
-Regional economic development in the United States 37
-A new programme for co-operation in road research 40
-Prospects for the production and marketing of fruit and vegetables 42
-New OECD publications 42

 
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