OECD and COVID-19 Digital Issues Virtual Meeting

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OECD and COVID-19 Digital Issues Virtual Meeting

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Business at OECD is the official business advisory group to the OECD secretariat and member governments. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the lead organization for Canada to Business at OECD and provides a platform for businesses to shape decisions at the OECD and gain leading insights on forward-looking policy discussions from government and private sector experts from around the world before they are enacted domestically. The OECD’s work covers many areas of public policy including trade, agriculture, tax, digital economy, innovation, health, financial services, and many others.

On Thursday July 23rd at 10am (EST) the Canadian Chamber will host a virtual meeting with Business at OECD staff to discuss OECD work related to digital issues, including artificial intelligence, AI and health, digital taxation, and data governance.

The meeting will be a chance for Canadian businesses and associations to hear about the OECD’s work and share your views to shape that work. The virtual meeting will be led by Business at OECD Senior Policy Director Nicole Primmer and Senior Director Strategic Engagement Ali Karami-Ruiz.

If you are interested please register as there are a limited number of seats. Registered participants will be sent the Zoom link closer to the day of the event

Don’t hesitate to contact Mark Agnew at magnew@chamber.ca if you have any questions. More info about the OECD’s COVID-19 work can be found online.

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