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Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
Presentación sobre la OCDE en la ESCEM - Tours
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Presentación sobre la OCDE y la Presidencia de México en el G20 llevada a cabo por el Excmo. Embajador Agustín García López, Representante Permanente de México ante la OCDE, dentro del marco del …

Presentación sobre la OCDE y la Presidencia de México en el G20 llevada a cabo por el Excmo. Embajador Agustín García López, Representante Permanente de México ante la OCDE, dentro del marco del evento realizado por la Association Franco-Mexicaine de la Touraine (AFMT), y estudiantes de la ESCEM Campus Tours.

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  • 1. Escem 30 mars 2012 Représentant permanent du Mexique auprès de lOCDEAgustín García-López Loaeza
  • 2. Sommaire1) O C D E2) Le rôle du Mexiqueau sein de l’OCDE3) G-2012 Mexico
  • 3. Déplacement de la Richesse
  • 4. Origins of the OECD1st Factor: To avoid the 2nd Factor: The Marshall Planconsequences of the Treaty of began in 1948 as an economicVersailles (1919) which resulted in effort to keep Western Europe andWWII by ensuring co-operation North America economically united.and reconstruction, rather thanpunishing the defeated. The Organization for European Economic Cooperation was created to run the Marshall Plan in 1947.• In 1960, various European countries, together with the US and Canada,decided to create the Organization for Economic Co-operation andDevelopment (OECD) as a successor organization of OEEC, and on the30th of September of 1961, the Convention which formally established theOECD entered into force.
  • 5. 1) OECD Members and Key Partners
  • 6. Current MembershipAustralia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, CzechRepublic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel,Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico,Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland,Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom,United States Accession Candidate Russia Key Partners Brazil, China, Indonesia, India, South Africa Dark Italics mark founding members
  • 7. Structure
  • 8. Working Method OECDs work is based on continued monitoring of events in member countries as well as outside OECD area, and includes regular projections of short and medium-term economic developments. The OECD Secretariat collects and analyses data, after which committees discuss policy regarding this information, the Council makes decisions, and then governments implement recommendations.
  • 9. TIMBI’s Expected Growth in next 20 Years
  • 10. Mexico & its economy •  Population-- 112 million •  GDP (US$)-- 883 million •  GDP (PPP) per capita (US$)-- 14 364Mexico, 14thbiggesteconomy
  • 11. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) • FDI to LAC in 2010 Increased by 13% • FDI from LAC in 2010 increased by 67% • FDI to México Increased 49% during the last trimester of 2011
  • 12. FDI to México by Country of Origin 7% 4% • 17th largest oil reserves in the world 8% • 38th largest reserves of natural gas • 10th largest tourist destination with 22,417% million tourists/year 64% • According to Forbes, Mexico has18 out of the 2,000 most important firms Etats-Unis • 6th place in LAC lEspagne region in the Doing Business Index Pays-Bas Suisse Canadá
  • 13. Mexican EconomyGDP growth in GDP growth in 2012 GDP growth in 20132011— 3.9% (expected)— 3.3% (expected)— 3.6%
  • 14. Les défis•  Réforme fiscale•  Investissements qui favorisent la croissance inclusive et les politiques sociales•  Accroissement de la productivité•  Renforcement du secteur formel
  • 15. Relation réciproque avec l’OCDE •  Des avantagesL’identification des réformes des politiquespubliques propices à une meilleurecompétitivité économique. •  Des apportsEnrichir le dialogue au sein del’Organisation d’un point de vue d’uneéconomie émergente.
  • 16. c) Priorities for the Mexican Presidency of the G-20 Summit in Los Cabos (June 17th-18th) •  Economic stabilization and structural reforms as foundations for growth and employment •  Strengthening the financial system and fostering financial inclusion to promote economic growth •  Improving the international financial architecture in an interconnected world •  Enhancing food security and addressing commodity price volatility •  Promoting sustainable development, green growth and the fight against climate change
  • 17. Convergence des travaux avec l’OCDE•  Coexistence d’organisations spécialisées avec le G-20•  Complementarité
  • 18. OECD 2012 MCM Discussion Points (Agenda)•  Policies to Foster Job Rich and Green Growth•  New Approaches to Economic Challenges•  All on Board – Policies for Inclusive Growth and Jobs –  Addressing the Economic Challenges: Growth, Jobs, Inequality –  Investing in People– The OECD Skills Strategy –  Promoting Gender Equality– Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship•  Partners for Development –  The OECD Strategy on Development –  Working with Key Partners and Strategic Regions- “Go Together” –  Supporting Transition in the MENA Region•  Trade – Towards a More Open Trading System and Job-Rich Growth –  Fighting Protectionism –  Trade and Jobs –  Trade in Services –  Trade in Value-Added
  • 19. ¡Gracias!

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