Association for Economic Development and Cooperation

Association for Economic Development and Cooperation
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AbbreviationAEDC
MottoCo-Operation Towards Economic Development
TypeIntergovernmental organisation
PurposeImproving economic relations in the developed world
Membership (2020)
Official language
Estmerish, Gaullican
Secretary-General
me
Deputy Secretary-General
you
Budget (2019)
€380 million
Websiteaedc.com

The Association for Economic Development and Cooperation, also known by its acronym as the AEDC (Gaullican: Association de la Coopération et du Développement Économiques, ACDE), is an intergovernmental organisation with [ ] members, founded in the decade of the 80's as a way to promote economic co-operation and encourage commercial ties within the developed world after a financial crisis with global implications. Nations members of the organisation describe themselves as committed to democracy and the encouragement of intergovernmental dialogue, as well as the practice of responsible market economy policies.

The history of the AEDC is traced back to 1980 after a major economic crash that involved most of the developed economies in the world. The creation of the organisation was led by [] and resulted in a response an economic panorama that lacked intergovernmental dialogue. Since then, members have been shared the interest of achieving stable growth and seeking common economic policies towards social development besides of having a strong position in favour of economic liberalisation. After the 2008 meeting hosted by Senria in Keisi, members agreed on undergoing the largest expansion since its creation, a process concluded in 2010 with the inclusion of Piraea and Tinza as observers and [] as a full member to the organisation

Most AEDC nations are catalogued as developed or high income economies, with a very high Human Development Index and often with full democracies; as of numbers of 2019, all members comprised []% of the global nominal GDP. As nations members of the AEDC reunite annually to design future economic and development policies, summits have been targets of major protests led by left-wing groups, mainly by the practices of the organisation and its relation with the non-developed world. The AEDC is an official observer in the Community of Nations.

History

Founding

Reforms and enlargement

Objectives and activities

Structure

Meetings

Secretariat

Member countries

Current members

State Income Equality
Gini Index (2019)
Population
Density
(/km2)
GDP (nominal),
Int$ (2019)
GDP (PPP)
per capita,
Int$ (2019)
HDI (2019 report) Capital
 Cassier 31.0 39,689,032 5.52/km2 $1.627 tn $41,000 0.926 Nouvelle-Rayenne
 Gaullica 24.8 87,176,289 110/km2 $3.377 tn $43,286 0.916 Verlois
 Slirnia 23.1 5,723,452 102/km2 $70.126 bn $32,690 0.849 Dražovice

Potential and observer members

State Income Equality
Gini Index (2019)
Population
Density
(/km2)
GDP (nominal),
Int$ (2019)
GDP (PPP)
per capita,
Int$ (2019)
HDI (2019 report) Capital
 Imagua and the Assimas 35.8 1,306,505 54.2/km2 21,221,560,715 $32,684 0.796 Cuanstad
 Piraea 29.7 7,484,889 86/km2 113.299 bn $27,664 0.831 Alikianos
 Tinza 43.2 112,261,345 67/km2 $593.750 bn $13,982 0.696 Ladumra