OECD reappoints Gurría as secretary-general

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The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Thursday said it would reappoint Angel Gurría, its secretary-general, for a second five-year term when his current term finishes next year. If completed, this will extend his time in the top post at the Paris-based organisation through to 1 June 2016.

The OECD said the decision to appoint Gurría was taken after its governing council, composed of 33 member countries, endorsed his vision for a more "relevant, open and inclusive or

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