Within the framework of the Argentina-U.S. Strategic Forum held in Washington, D.C., the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) issued the report “A Preliminary Assessment of Argentina’s Accession to the OECD” which highlights the reforms implemented as from 2016 by the National Government and supports Argentina in becoming a member country of the OECD.
At the meeting, the Secretary of Economic Policy, Miguel Braun, accompanied by the Undersecretary and representative of the Ministry of Treasury before the OECD, Marcelo Scaglione, talked about the progress done and the grounds for the project of Argentina’s accession to the OECD before an audience of representatives from the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch, the private sector of the United States and diplomats from different Embassies of the OECD member countries.
Both officials were part of a delegation which comprised Congressmen Luciano Laspina, Ezequiel Fernandez Langan, Karina Banfi and Marco Lavagna; Senator Federico Pinedo; and the representatives of the private sector, who showed their commitment towards this strategic project for the country.
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