Argentina receives its roadmap to integrate the OECD – DW – 05/02/2024

Argentina receives its roadmap to integrate the OECD – DW – 05/02/2024
Argentina receives its roadmap to integrate the OECD – DW – 05/02/2024

Argentina received this Thursday (05/02/2024) the roadmap that it must implement to integrate the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which encompasses the largest economies in the world with democratic regimes.

The Argentine Foreign Minister, Diana Mondino, received the roadmap from the Secretary General of the OECD, the Australian Mathias Cormann, during a ceremony held at the organization’s headquarters in Paris.

Argentina expressed in 2016, during the presidency of the liberal Mauricio Macri, to join the OECD, which decided six years later to begin the process of discussions with this country, as well as with Brazil, Peru, Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania.

But unlike the rest of the countries, it did not receive the roadmap for its accession in June 2022, despite the “positive conversations”, according to Cormann, with the then Argentina chaired by the Peronist Alberto Fernández.

In this way, the Argentine government of Javier Milei received this Thursday the document that establishes the modalities and conditions of membership. The OECD will conduct reviews in areas such as trade, investment, anti-corruption and climate change.

Four Latin American countries – Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia and Mexico – are already part of the organization founded in 1961 and whose 38 members represent around 80% of global trade and investments.

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