Founded in 1962
- BIAC is officially recognised by the OECD as being representative of the OECD business community. BIAC’s members are major business organisations in the
34 OECD Member countries.
BIAC advocates consensus industry views so to ensure that that the resulting policy instruments and guidance assist, not hinder, private sector capacity to generate growth and prosperity.
Through its 38 policy groups, which cover the major aspects of OECD work most relevant to business, BIAC members participate in meetings, global forums and consultations with OECD leadership, government delegates, committees and working groups.
BIAC provides written and oral responses to OECD working papers in progress and develops positions on issues that business feels should be further addressed at OECD.
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policy statements and
positions by area.
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of all BIAC Policy Groups.
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