The OECD, an international economic organisation of 34 countries, was founded in 1961 to stimulate economic progress and world trade.
What does IEO stand for?
IEO stands for International Economic Organisation
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 35 other meanings of IEO in our Acronym Attic
- Independent Evaluation Office (IMF)
- Indian Environmental Office
- Informal Eating Out (restaurant industry)
- Information Exploitation Office
- Installation Environmental Office
- Institut d'Estudis Occitans (Catalan: Institute of Occitan Studies)
- Instituto Español de Oceanografía
- Integrated Electronic File
- Intermediate Earth Orbit
- Internal Evaluation Office
- International English Olympiad (language exam)
- International Exchange Office
- Istituto Europeo di Oncologia (Italy)
- Indexed Effective Orifice Area
- Indiana Escort Owners Association (car club)
- International Equestrian Organisers' Alliance
- Irish Exhibition Organisers Association (trade body; Dublin, Ireland)
- Island Equipment Owners Association (est. 1964; Canada)
- Inland Empire-Orange County (commuter rail line)
- International Egyptian Oil Company (now part of Egyptian Petroleum Corporation; Cairo, Egypt)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The on-going negotiations with international economic organisations and other issues on the agenda will also be spotlighted.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), an international economic organisation of 31 countries, projects Spain's economic growth to stabilize in 2010 and to edge up by 1 percent in 2011.
In the light of the great attention given by the Sultanate to the integration in the global economy, the positive interaction with the international economic organisations and institutions and to the economic cooperation with other countries, the Sultanate pursued significant and noticeable improvements to create a favourable and stable investment environment.
00 Ashgate ISBN 0 7546 4603 3 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The debates over what African economic integration and development actually entails continue across international economic organisations, national governments and NGOs.
Nevertheless, important economic issues have already been raised by Central Asia's economic development, and the attention of international economic organisations has clearly 'shifted' towards Central Asian region (see EBRD, 2003).