The Business at OECD China Expert Group contributes expert guidance to China–OECD cooperation in areas that improve the investment climate and overall business environment in China. It promotes adherence to OECD instruments and the sharing of knowledge on policy practices, contributing to a more level playing field for all businesses operating both inside and outside of China. It consults annually with the OECD Informal Reflection Group on China, which includes OECD Ambassadors from a wide range of countries. It also works with the OECD’s senior representative in Beijing to help scale–up the OECD presence in China.
Business Engagement At OECD
The OECD has redefined itself in recent years to bolster its relations with major emerging markets and developing economies. As a result, a growing number of non–member countries are adhering to OECD instruments and tools, and the OECD is working with governments to support policy reforms in these countries. The spread of OECD data, instruments and good practices to the rest of the world – and in turn the sharing of experiences and information to the OECD – helps to promote a level playing field for businesses operating in and across markets. This promotes efficiencies and increases market confidence for companies to invest, trade, hire and innovate.
The China Expert Group contributes to the work of the following OECD bodies:
- OECD Informal Reflection Group on China
- Senior OECD Representative in China