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The Times of India  Mar 24  Comment 
PM Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi will play host to G20 financial and economic policy mandarins who will brainstorm on the state of the global economy next week. The meeting is scheduled for March 28-29, a senior government official said.
The Economist  Mar 23  Comment 
THE IMF “systematically impoverishes foreigners”, and the World Bank’s advice has “negative value to its best clients”. These harsh words were voiced not by lefty critics of the Washington Consensus, but by two men (David Malpass and...
The Economist  Mar 22  Comment 
TWO months into the Trump administration and we have had more sound and fury than concrete proposals about its economic agenda. The most alarming sign so far is that America forced the G20 to drop a pledge about resisting “all forms of...
Reuters  Mar 21  Comment 
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday he felt that Group of 20 countries shared a common understanding that free trade is important.
Forex News  Mar 20  Comment 
The Canadian dollar retreated against its US counterpart on Monday, following a decline in the prices of crude oil as investors became concerned about growing global supply. The loonie moved further south after a meeting between finance...
WA Business News  Mar 20  Comment 
MarketWatch  Mar 20  Comment 
Investors take the decision by the world’s biggest economies to drop language vowing to fight protectionism in stride, but the development carries long-term implications. Here’s what you need to know.
WA Business News  Mar 20  Comment 
The Australian share market has opened lower as investors take cues from a slight decline on Wall Street on Friday and a watered-down free trade commitment at the G20 meeting over the weekend.
Yahoo  Mar 20  Comment 
World stocks opened the week on a cautious footing on Monday after the G20's decision to drop a pledge to avoid trade protectionism, while the U.S. Federal Reserve's conservative rate guidance continued to push the dollar lower. "European equity...




 
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The Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors, better known by the acronym G-20, is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 20 major economies. Its members account for two-thirds of the global population, 90% of the world's gross national product and 80% of world trade. The group serves as a forum for discussing economic issues and international finance.

Members of G-20

In 2008, the following countries were members of the G-20:[1]

The European Union is the 20th member, and is represented by a rotating Council and the European Central Bank.

The following institutions also participate in the G-20 meeting, participate in meetings of the G-20:

References

  1. G-20 Membership from the official G-20 website
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