Bussines at OECD

Bussines at OECD is a  trusted partner to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and other international institutions. Established in 1962, Business at OECD supports policies that enable businesses of all sizes to contribute to sustainable growth, broader economic development and enhanced societal prosperity. Through 55 national federations and 45 associate expert groups networks Business at OECD work with over 7 million companies in virtually all sectors.

The Employers’ Confederation of Latvian (LDDK) has been actively following OECD work since 2006, participating in Business at OECD as an observer. Latvia joined the OECD in 2016 and in 2017 the LDDK gained full-fledged membership status in Business at OECD. The activities of the LDDK in Business at OECD provide timely information on the policy initiatives proposed by the OECD, their impact on business and production. Over 10 years, this has been an opportunity to follow the positive examples of developed countries in improving the business environment and use these examples to improve Latvia’s business environment and competitiveness in consultation with the State Administration. Business at OECD (BIAC) policy groups with LDDK members and experts cover different areas: economic policy and taxation, innovation and technology, trade and investment, public and corporate governance, employment, skills and society, sustainable development, and green development, fast-growing economies.