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The Hindu Business Line  Jul 10  Comment 
Expressing concern over increasing protectionism and trade conflicts across the world, India’s G-20 Sherpa Shaktikanta Das said that countries ought t
Reuters  Jul 4  Comment 
Trade barriers being erected by major economies could jeopardise the global economic recovery and their effects are already starting to show, the World Trade Organization said on Wednesday in a report on trade restrictions among G20 nations.
The Economic Times  Apr 21  Comment 
Speaking at the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) meeting, Garg said digital age technologies have profound implications for policies concerning every aspects of the economy.
Reuters  Apr 20  Comment 
Japan has warned its G20 counterparts that protectionism and exchange of retaliatory measures will disrupt financial markets and heighten volatility.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 21  Comment 
The world’s financial leaders rejected protectionism on Tuesday and urged “further dialogue” on trade, but failed to diffuse the threat of a trade war days before US metals tariffs take effect an
Wall Street Journal  Mar 20  Comment 
Finance ministers and central bankers from the leading economies failed to reach a new agreement on trade, amid a deepening split between the U.S. and other major nations on Washington’s plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum.
Channel News Asia  Mar 20  Comment 
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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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