USCIB Congratulates Sean Patrick Maloney on His Confirmation as Next US Ambassador to OECD 

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Washington DC, March 20, 2024—The United States Council for International Business (USCIB) congratulates Former Representative of New York Sean Patrick Maloney on his confirmation as the next U.S. Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Maloney was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on March 12. 

As the U.S. representative to Business at OECD, the private sector voice in OECD policymaking, USCIB attests to the positive impact of the OECD across a range of issues that affect the competitiveness of the U.S. economy. These issues include investment, taxation, trade, energy and environment, health, competition, consumer policy, bribery and corporate governance. 

“USCIB is delighted to welcome Representative Maloney as the next OECD Ambassador,” said USCIB President and CEO Whitney Baird, who is a former Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Mission to the OECD. “The OECD is a critical forum for our members—it is uniquely open and receptive to the views and real-world experiences of the private sector. We look forward to working with Representative Maloney to support the OECD’s mission to promote global economic growth, which benefits American businesses, consumers, workers and taxpayers.” 

For decades, USCIB members have relied on the OECD as an institutional voice of evidence- and data-based policy guidance and assessment, influencing policies and practices in markets important to U.S. business competitiveness and to jobs generated for U.S. taxpayers. 

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