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OECD Observer online has consolidated its position in cyberspace. Since the start of 2000 it has been in the top 10 of Yahoo’s popular business and economy magazines list and has been ranked second on the more scholarly Google economic journals list.

Traffic has beenstart rising by about 15% per month since 1999. Visits come from all over the world. The biggest single community of visitors has been US-based businesses, followed by educational institutions and government. After the US, Australia was the source of most visits in October, followed by the UK, Canada, Japan and Germany. Most non-OECD visits to the site came from Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and Russia.

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Economic data

GDP growth: -1.8% Q1 2020/Q4 2019
Consumer price inflation: 0.9% Apr 2020 annual
Trade (G20): -4.3% exp, -3.9% imp, Q1 2020/Q4 2019
Unemployment: 8.4% Apr 2020
Last update: 9 July 2020

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