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Drag on productivity growth can be fixed: OECD

The solution lies with governments giving a leg-up to businesses and improving the match between talents and jobs

A rapidly greying Japan is concerned about productivity, as is Singapore (left), which wants to raise productivity to stay competitive.


A slowdown in productivity growth over the past decade has raised concerns about the long-term outlook for the global economy, but the solution lies largely in the hands of governments, says a new report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).


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