Observer 207, August/September 1997
Secretary-General of the OECD
The economic environment is changing rapidly. Globalisation is being driven by international trade and investment which, in turn, are spurred on by the borderless world produced by swift advances in communications and transport technologies. The necessary companions are market liberalisation – without which the current expansion of trade and investment would slow dramatically – and new forms of governance to referee the changing rules of the game and ensure effective implementation of public policy.
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