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General purpose

This website and its related blog aim to generate open and informed discussion around issues raised in the OECD Insights series and other OECD publications and areas of interest.

Disclaimer

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The Organisation cannot be held responsible for possible violations of copyright resulting from the posting of any written material on this website/blog.

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When using this website, please keep these in mind that the OECD Secretariat:

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