Twitterings No 302 April 2015

OECD Observer

@OECDObserver has produced an excellent @G20Australia special here #G20Brisbane @NassimKhadem @UNSWbusiness #G20 


Matthew robb @matthewrobb701
MT @OECDObserver: #inequality bad for growth because skills kids of low-ed parents get worse http://bit.ly/17Rtp72

Sarah Renfer @nifunifa
Dear @TheEconomist, why do you usually insert “a club of mostly rich countries” after mentioning the #OECD? #justcurious #audioedition

EEB @Green_Europe
Properly designed environmental policies can benefit the environment without any loss in productivity @OECDObserver http://shar.es/1o56U4

Louiciusmiciuseugene @eugenel
@OECD @OECDObserver. Productivity must not go neither across environmental policies!

Enea Agolli @eneaagolli2
@OECDObserver The execution of Kenji #Goto and others as well, should keep us united and strong against terrorism

Tim Harcourt @TimHarcourt
@OECDObserver has produced an excellent @G20Australia special here #G20Brisbane @NassimKhadem @UNSWbusiness #G20 

©OECD Observer No 302, April 2015




Economic data

GDP growth: +0.2% Q4 2019
Consumer price inflation: 2.3% January 2020
Trade (G20): -0.1% exp, -1.3% imp, Q4 2019
Unemployment: 5.1% January 2020
Last update: 11 March 2020

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