The OECD Council, which brings together ambassadors from 38 member states, has decided to start this phase of discussions, with each of these six candidates having a unique practice.
According to the resolution, the Candidates’ assessment to determine whether those countries comply with “individual liberty, values of democracy, rule of law and protection of human rights”.
In addition, OECD members must be committed “Open market economy based on free trade, competition, stability and transparency”Pointed out the text.
“Candidate countries can use the access process to promote further reforms for the benefit of their people,” the OECD secretary general said. Matthias Gorman, After the conclusion of the Council.
The process will involve a “rigorous in-depth evaluation” of more than 20 technical teams, each of which will meet standards and best practices, the organization said in a statement.
The organization explains that technology choices will focus on areas such as trade and investment opening, improvement in public administration, efforts in the fight against corruption and climate change, and environmental protection.
The OECD has four Latin American member states: Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia and Mexico. The OECD countries – founded in 1961 – and their major partners account for about 80% of world trade and investment.