OECD recommends Slovak government supports education and innovations

Slovakia has seen little progress when it comes to structural reforms, especially since the beginning of the pandemic.

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The Covid-19 pandemic caused worldwide socio-economic turbulence, but it also offered the governments of the world a chance to reform their economies.

This statement by the OECD was followed by an elaboration that these reforms should be aimed at reaching inclusive and sustainable growth along with the resolution of structural issues.

In their message sealed on April 14, the OECD analysed the weaknesses and problems of the economies of its member states. These included issues that existed before the pandemic but also those that were brought on by the coronavirus. The analysis also offered advice on how to use the current situation to start from a blank slate.

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