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The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development is an entity that was founded in 1962 to stimulate growth with advanced economies to be able to facilitate the helping of developing economies to also contribute to global growth outlooks. They are for democratic and market economies, and typically have a high level of HDI (Human Development Index). There are 36 sovereign nations in the OECD.

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