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Armere regio’s worstelen om de ontwikkelde economieën in te halen, zegt de OESO


Regional variation in unemployment rate, 2013    The OECD Regional Outlook 2014 shows that in 10 OECD countries, over 40% of the national rise in unemployment since the crisis was concentrated in one region. Some of the starkest income inequalities show up in big cities. The OECD recommends better management of urban areas, where two in three people live, as a way to improve prosperity and reduce inequalities. Well-run cities can improve efficiency and productivity within their boundaries and in surrounding areas by cutting commuting time... Lees Meer »

OESO brengt eerste BEPS aanbevelingen aan de G20 voor de internationale aanpak van het bestrijden van belastingontwijking door multinationals


Presenting the OECD’s recommendations, Secretary-General Angel Gurría said: “The G20 has identified base erosion and profit shifting as a serious risk to tax revenues, sovereignty and fair tax systems worldwide. Our recommendations constitute the building blocks for an internationally agreed and co-ordinated response to corporate tax planning strategies that exploit the gaps and loopholes of the current system to artificially shift profits to locations where they are subject to more favourable tax treatment.” At the request of the G20 Leader... Lees Meer »

Nederland verwelkomt voortgang strijd tegen internationale belastingontwijking


Internationale samenwerking werpt vruchten af De internationale samenwerking tegen belastingontwijking werpt zijn eerste vruchten af. Fiscale informatie-uitwisseling wordt verbeterd en stappen zijn gezet in de vorm van maatregelen tegen belastingontwijking. Dit zijn de belangrijkste boodschappen van de Organisatie voor Economische Samenwerking en Ontwikkeling (OESO) aan de vergadering van ministers van Financiën van de G20 in Australië. Nederland verwelkomt de voortgang in de strijd tegen internationale belastingontwijking. De OESO presen... Lees Meer »

OESO: G20 ziet hiaten in de werkgelegenheid en de kwaliteit van de banen


Despite some recent improvement, slow recovery from the financial crisis means that many G20 economies still face a substantial jobs gap, which will persist until at least 2018 unless growth gains momentum. With more than 100 million people still unemployed in the G20 economies and 447 million 'working poor' living on less than $2 a day in emerging G20 economies, the weak labour market performance is also threatening economic recovery because it is constraining both consumption and investment. Key findings of the report include: Wage gro... Lees Meer »

Mobiliteit in het onderwijs begint te vertragen in de geïndustrialiseerde wereld, zegt de OESO


Education at a Glance 2014 says that educational mobility has started to slow down in the industrialised world. The number of people with lower qualifications than their parents is 9% among 55-64 year-olds to 12% among 35-44 year-olds and 16% among 25-34 year-olds. At the same time, among the younger age group of 25-34 year-olds, where the tertiary attainment rate had risen to 43%, the impact of parents’ educational background was just as strong: of adults with at least one tertiary-educated parent, 65% attained a tertiary qualification, whi... Lees Meer »

OESO geeft eerste aanbevelingen voor de bestrijding van internationale belastingontwijking door multinationals op dinsdag 16 september 2014


OECD Secretary General Angel Gurría will present the first BEPS deliverables with Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, during a press conference beginning at 2:00 p.m. (CET) at OECD Headquarters. The news conference will be streamed LIVE at: video.oecd.org. A technical briefing via webcast on the BEPS deliverables will follow, at 4:00 p.m. (CET). To register for this webcast, go to: www.oecd.org/tax/beps.htm The BEPS Project aims to provide governments with clear international solutions for figh... Lees Meer »

Banen herstel blijft zwak in 2015, zegt OESO


The Employment Outlook 2014 says that average jobless rates will decrease slightly over the next 18 months in the OECD area, from 7.4% in mid-2014 to 7.1% at the end of 2015. Almost 45 million people are out of work in OECD countries, 12.1 million more than just before the crisis. Globally, an estimated 202 million people are unemployed, with many more in low-paid and precarious jobs. The Outlook also analyses the impact of the crisis on wages. It finds that real wage growth has come to a virtual standstill since 2009 and wages actually fell... Lees Meer »

OESO en China gaan samenwerking in PISA onderwijsprogramma uitbreiden


The provinces of Beijing, Jiangsu and Guangdong will take part in the 2015 survey, in addition to Shanghai. “This is excellent news that China is increasing its involvement in the OECD’s PISA programme,” said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría. “It also marks another step in China’s growing collaboration with the OECD.” As was the case with Shanghai’s participation practised in last two rounds of the surveys, China’s participation in PISA2015 will be conducted in full accordance with PISA sampling procedures and standards of internationa... Lees Meer »

Ploumen: belasting betalen essentieel voor ontwikkeling


Het rapport van VBDO stelt dat 15% van de Nederlandse beursgenoteerde bedrijven expliciet aandacht besteedt aan belastingen in hun beleid voor maatschappelijk verantwoord ondernemen. Daarnaast geven de onderzochte bedrijven volgens het rapport te weinig inzicht in de bedragen die zij aan belasting afdragen in het buitenland. Belastingafdrachten door internationale ondernemingen zijn een belangrijke manier om te profiteren van buitenlandse investeringen, met name voor ontwikkelingslanden. Met de inkomsten kunnen zij armoede aanpakken, onderwi... Lees Meer »

Composite Leading Indicators (CLI), OESO


Composite leading indicators (CLIs), designed to anticipate turning points in economic activity relative to trend, continue to point to stable growth momentum in the OECD area as a whole. The CLIs for the United States and Canada also continue to point to stable growth momentum. This is the case for the United Kingdom as well, where the growth momentum remains above-trend rates. The CLI for Japan points to an interruption in the growth momentum although this probably reflects one-off factors. In the Euro Area as a whole and in France, the... Lees Meer »

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