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OECD to Introduce Review of Estonia’s Economic Situation


On Monday, 18 April, the Economic Development Review Committee (EDRC) of the OECD will introduce its second economic review of Estonia. The review looks at the country’s continuing efforts to recover from the economic crisis, fiscal policy, efficiency in government operations, and globalisation. The first review of Estonia’s economy by the OECD was introduced in 2009.

Bob Ford, deputy director of the OECD’s country studies branch, Finance Minister Jürgen Ligi, and Foreign Ministry Undersecretary for External Economic and Development Affairs Marina Kaljurand will give a press conference at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, 18 April in the small conference room of the Estonian National Library (Tõnismägi 2).

Following the presentation of the review, deputy director of the OECD’s country studies branch Bob Ford, Finance Minister Jürgen Ligi, and National Library director of collections Ülle Talihärm will open the exhibit “OECD at 50. Estonia – The newest member” in the lobby of the National Library. The exhibit takes a look at the OECD, Estonia’s membership in the organisation, and the National Library’s OECD-related collection.

Attention journalists!

If you would like to attend the introduction of the review and the exhibit opening, please let the Foreign Ministry pres spokesperson’s office know at the email address or by phone at 6 377 654.


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