non oecd countries


Non-OECD countries, non-OECD countries, no matter what the country, are really just states within a state, which means that we don’t need to worry about “country-size” because we aren’t in a country. We just need to look at the size of the country and the states within it.

It’s interesting that our first non-OECD country (Canada) has the largest population of any country in the world, but its smallest city is the size of Rhode Island. So why does a country with such a small population have the biggest city? Well, because the country has such a large population that it can afford to be big.

The reason is that the largest city in the world is the Netherlands, where it is the smallest city in the world.

As it turns out, the Netherlands with its tiny city of Haarlem is the second smallest city in the world after the Netherlands. That’s because the country just has enough people to have a city so tiny that it is actually considered a country. The largest city in the world is the City of Zurich, Switzerland, where the population is over 20 million.

The main reason for the Dutch city of Haarlem is their big city. Because the Netherlands has no population, they have a small city so it is not considered a city. As a result, the biggest city in the world is the Netherlands.

There are two main reasons that the Netherlands is considered the smallest country in the world. First, because they have so many Dutch people. Second, because their biggest city is the Netherlands. So there’s a small country in the Netherlands called The Netherlands.

It’s the Netherlands. Yes, you heard right, the Netherlands. The country that has the smallest population of any country on earth. So the Netherlands is really just the country with a small population. The Netherlands is one of the richest countries in the world with a higher GDP per capita than any other country. It also has one of the lowest unemployment rates of any country on earth.

Well, that’s about it. The Netherlands has a lot of its own little quirks. One of them is that the Netherlands is the only country that has a compulsory school system. While it’s not as old and established as some countries, it is still the same ancient school system that we’re all familiar with. The Netherlands also has a mandatory retirement age of 65.

In fact, the Netherlands just went through a major change in the law to reduce the length of the mandatory retirement age. Before, it was 50 years. Now, it’s 65 years. And just for the record, the Netherlands is the only country that has a mandatory retirement age longer than 65.

The compulsory retirement age has been set at 65 years for the Netherlands since 1971. However, this law was not in effect before 1971. So while the Dutch government did increase the length of the mandatory retirement age, it was not the first time they’ve done so. In fact, the Dutch government has increased the length of the mandatory retirement age many times.



Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *