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The Business and Industry Advisory Committee
to the OECD
BIAC's Chair 2014 BIAC General Assembly BIAC contributes to
B20 Summit in Sydney
BIAC Chair Phil O'Reilly BIAC Leadership and OECD Gurria in Sydney BIAC Anunal Report 2014
Supported by BIAC’s advice and advocacy from the business sectors of all member countries, the OECD is uniquely placed to advance business-led growth”, says BIAC Chair Phil O'Reilly.
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BIAC General Assembly Leading business federations in OECD countries and major emerging economies met on 5 May to discuss key policy priorities for business in 2014.
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At a CEO meeting with OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria on 18 July, BIAC pointed to the importance of OECD contributions for the success of the Australian G20.
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 Responsible Business Conduct:
Defining Clear Roles
OECD Week 2014 Membership News Putting All our Minds to Work: An Assessment
BIAC Investment Chair Winand Quaedvlieg BIAC's vice chair Saito at OECD Forum BIAC's new Board member Mockly (France) BIAC-DeloitteGlobal Survey Report 2014

BIAC Investment Chair Winand Quaedvlieg speaks to OECD Observer about roles and responsibilities in RBC

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BIAC was once again well-represented
at the OECD Forum and Ministerial Committee Meeting 2014.
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BIAC welcomes new Board members
Dominique Mockly (picture) and
Charles R. Johnston

Private sector initiatives remain key to driving the advancement of women in the workplace. But, progress remains slow and uneven, according to survey report. Read more.

BIAC Monthly Bulletin
September Spotlight Dates

Stakeholder Consultation on the Revision of the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises


G20 Labour Ministerial (Melbourne, Australia)


OECD WP1 BEPS Focus Group on Dispute Resolution


OECD Steering Group on SME and Entrepreneurship Financing Scoreboard


BIAC OECD Meeting on the CRS Commentary with Focus on TRACE and business prep meeting on 16th


OECD Global Forum on the Environment and Climate Change Expert Group (CCXG)


OECD Expert Meeting on Categorization of Nanomaterials (Washington, D.C.)


OECD WP1 BEPS Focus Group on Artificial Avoidance of PE

22-23 OECD Meeting on Long-term Scenarios in Agriculture
22-24 OECD CFA WP1 on Tax Conventions and Related Questions
23-24 OECD WP11 BEPS Focus Group on Action item 12: Mandatory Disclosure Rules
23-24 VAT TAG Meeting (Vienna, Austria) and Business Preparatory Meeting on 22 September
24-26  Global Conference on“The Future of VAT in a Digital Global Economy" (Vienna, Austria)
25-26 OECD 19th Annual Tax Treaty Meeting (Global Forum on Tax Treaties)
25-26 OECD WP11 BEPS Focus group on Action Item 4:  Interest Deductions and other Financial Payments
29-30 ILO-OECD High-Level Roundtable on Responsible Supply Chains in the Textile and Garment Sector
29-30 BEPS Action on Artificial Avoidance of PE:  Joint meeting of WP6 Delegates and WP1 BEPS Focus Group/strong>
30-1st October  OECD Working Party on Climate, Investment and Development (WPCID)
BIAC Secretary-General Bernhard Welschke "For BIAC, July has been a rewarding month of global outreach and advocacy. Attending the Australian B20 summit on 17 and 18 July in Sydney, we had many opportunities to meet with delegations from member federations, observers and individual business leaders. A breakfast with OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria, hosted by BIAC Chair Phil 0’Reilly, provided a perfect opportunity to highlight the important contribution of the OECD and BIAC to the success of the Australian G20 Presidency. We also met with representative from the Turkish business community to have first discussions about priorities for the forthcoming G20 presidency in Turkey."
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  BIAC in the Media

BIAC welcomes First OECD BEPS Recommendations to G20

IOE and BIAC urge G20 Governments to Act in Support of Private Sector-Led Growth and Job Creation

OECD releases Commentary on Common Reporting Standard (CRS)

BIAC points to Important OECD Contribution for the Success of the Australian G20 Presidency 

BIAC calls on OECD Ministers to seize Opportunities for Growth and more Employment

BIAC’s Economic Policy Survey – Business calls for ambitious Reforms and greater Focus on Implementation

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting – business support for collaborative solutions


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