Minister Fast joins his colleagues from the OECD during the annual Ministerial Council Meeting to advocate for freer and more-open trade.
Permanent Delegation of Canada to the OECD
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is an international multilateral organization composed of 34 member countries, representing approximately 60% of the world economy, 70% of world trade, and 20% of the world’s population. It is dedicated to ensuring the sustainable economic prosperity of its members and non-members through the advancement and dissemination of best market economic, social and democratic practices. Within the OECD, governments work together to address the challenges of globalisation. To learn more...
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