OECD Observer crossword Q4 2016

Can you name India's most populated city (7 letters)? And the WW II code cracker whose life was the subject of "The Imitation Game" (6 letters)? Try our latest OECD Observer crossword.

Across

1 Election verification 5 Come what ...... 7 Famous Pope 8 UK process to leave the EU 11 Agenda point 12 Insect subject to colony collapse 13 Natural resource such as gold or silver 15 OECD monitors ____ inequality 18 Essential 19 Sphere 21 Wood for skis and bats 22 Coin with twelve stars on it 24 One in German 25 E-mail, e.g. 26 World problems must be approached on ___ not just national levels

Down

1 Grand Old Party 2 OPEC concern 3 Group formed to maintain international peace and security, abbr. 4 WW II code cracker whose life was the subject of "The Imitation Game" 5 Social event 6 To this point 9 Parisian summer 10 "___ soul man" (Blues Brothers lyric) 13 India's most populated city 14 Put down 16 Recently passed Hall of Fame singer, well-known for his song "Suzanne" 17 French for gold 18 OECD member now for 20 years 20 Cancel a parliamentary bill, say 23 Commodity whose price has been an international concern   

©OECD Observer No 308 Q4 2016




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