Business at OECD and G20 published a new Report “ The productivity challenge in financing inclusive and sustainable growth” that explain how small business could better access global opportunities.
Mr Vieri Ceriani, Chief Executive SOSE Spa, has contributed to the publication of this report with the presentation of Italy's Synthetic Reliability Index, the new tool developed by SOSE and Italian Tax Administration.
The report builds on the findings of a high level seminar held at the OECD Headquarters in Paris in May 2018, as a joint initiative between Business at OECD and B20 Argentina.
Small and medium sized businesses’ ability to participate in international markets and global value chains has not been fully developed. This report from Business at OECD and B20 calls on G20 leaders to follow four core recommendations to this end:
- Pursue balanced reforms that promote productivity, economic growth and stability.
- Foster interoperable global regulatory frameworks, and commit to consistent implementation through coordination and consultation, supported by independent impact assessments both pre and post implementation.
- Develop digital policies and strategies aimed at facilitating SME growth that eliminate cross-border differences.
- Maximize data access and information sharing through digital platforms for a coordinated response to global challenges: cyber security, the digitalization and the transition to a low-carbon economy.