INTERMEDIATE PLUS COMMITTEE
Organization for Economic
Co-operation and Development
The Challenges of Taxing the Global Digital Economy
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development is an intergovernmental economic organization that is comprised of 37 member countries. Initially founded in 1961, it is committed to stimulate economic progress and promote world trade. The forum of OECD members, which are regarded as developed countries, aims to seek solutions to common problems and provide a platform to collaborate on domestic and international policies.