Supporting LAC countries in their reform efforts
The OECD has never been closer to the LAC region than it is today: Chile and Mexico are OECD member countries; Colombia has been invited to be a member of the Organisation; and Costa Rica is in the process of accession. Furthermore, Argentina, Brazil and Peru are currently being considered by the OECD Council as prospective members. All of these countries, as well as the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Paraguay and Uruguay, are members of the OECD Development Centre and LAC Regional Programme Steering Group.
The OECD LAC Regional Programme aims to be an inclusive framework for all Latin American countries to engage with the OECD.
A broad range of LAC countries engage with the OECD through:
- Economic Surveys, assessments, and multi-dimensional country reviews
- Country Policy Reviews
- Participation in OECD Bodies, Global Forums, and International Surveys
- Participation in OECD-LAC Regional Activities
- Adherence to OECD Legal Instruments
How do we work together?
OECD Engagement with the LAC region
- Antigua y Barbuda
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Puerto Rico
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Kits and Nevis
- Trinidad and Tobago