G-20


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G-20Group of 20 (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, México, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, United States and European Union)
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This support will come through the export credit agencies of the G-20 nations (such as the Export-Import Bank in the U.
Scrutinizing their wish lists, one is struck by two things: the ambition of the calls on the G-20, and the substantial overlap in recommendations.
According to a statement of the G-7 finance ministers in September 1999, the G-20 was formed 'to establish a new mechanism for informal dialogue in the framework of the Bretton Woods institutional system', to 'broaden the dialogue on key economic and financial policy issues' and to 'promote co-operation to achieve stable and sustainable world economic growth that benefits all'.
Behind the scenes, she and the highly professional Germany diplomatic corps worked overtime to secure consensus -- minus America -- at the G-20.
He also held the bilateral talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni of Italy on the sidelines of the G-20 summit and talked about several issues of mutual interests and cooperation.
Los paises emergentes supieron formar alianzas y coaliciones entre si bajo objetivos comunes, sostener su pertenencia al G-20 frente a la resistencia de algunos paises centricos y convertirse en un factor de cambio para la estabilidad del sistema economico internacional.
In addition, we will progress on standard G-20 topics.
Regarding the G-20 group, although it is large enough to capture a big enough share of the global economy, population and trade, it is small enough to facilitate agreement on key issues.
The G-20 summit in Antalya also saw the topic of women at the top of the agenda; first lady Emine Erdoy-an addressed attendees, speaking about the refugee crisis and noting, "When the international world failed to find solutions, they [the refugees] began to find their own solutions.
If the G-20 members fully implement their commitments under these strategies, their collective GDP is expected to increase by another 1 per cent.
For example, governments can govern via international treaties, by creating international organizations, and by using summit processes, such as the G-20.
The Civil Society 20 group, or C20, wants assurances that the poor will benefit the most from the plans, estimating that the additional growth could lift 1 billion people out of poverty if it was poured into the poorest 20 percent of G-20 households.