China has joined OECD's Development Centre and has
signed cooperation agreements in order to create better
Chinese Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng and Secretary-General
Gurría signed a Medium-Term Vision Statement and a joint
Programme of Work for 2015-2016.
The Programme of Work foresees that China and the OECD will
strengthen cooperation in 20 policy areas, ranging from
macroeconomic management and structural reform to regulatory and
public governance to green growth. It will also support China's
efforts to further open up its economy.
According to the OECD, these documents state the importance of
the OECD-China partnership to help address evolving challenges in
the years ahead.
The OECD will offer its evidence-based expertise, its working
methods as well as its global governance know-how to support China,
in particular in the quest for new sources of growth for a more
open and more inclusive world economy.
'China and the OECD are each undergoing substantial
transformations in the 21st century. [The] agreements are a
testimony to our ongoing partnership and to our mutual desire to
create better policies for better lives', said OECD
Secretary-General, Angel Gurria.
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