It has been 60 years since the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) was created as an international economic group of 37 countries that aimed to promote democracy and a market economy. The OECD’s selection committee is in the process of meeting with its member states to decide which candidate

is likely to gather a consensus among them. The next secretary-general is set to begin their term on June 1, and the selection process is expected to be over in March. When that decision is made, a woman may, for the first time, lead the organization.

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