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see Group of Twenty under Group of SevenGroup of Seven
(G7), international organization officially established in 1985 to facilitate economic and commercial cooperation among the world's largest industrial nations, including efforts to aid the economies of non-G7 nations.
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I am convinced, more than ever, that only the unity of the G-20 will be able to guarantee that, at this crucial moment, our interests are considered and the round is successful,'' said the letter Lula da Silva has sent to G-20 leaders, which the Foreign Ministry released.
The sources said G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors, and the heads of the IMF and the World Bank will likely take up collaboration in creating market stability between industrialized and emerging economies, the reform of international financial systems and measures to deal with currency crises.
Argentina's pattern of behavior is unbecoming of a G-20 nation.
The probability of Obama's reproach of the deterioration of press freedoms in Turkey is likely to be reinforced by the fact that media organizations critical of the government, including Today's Zaman, have not been granted accreditation by the authorities to cover the G-20 summit.
In 2014, we have worked toward an ambitious shared objective -- to lift G-20 GDP by at least an additional 2 percent above the current trajectory by 2018.
It was candidly admitted that G-20 members would need to deliver and focus on real outcomes in the run-up to the Brisbane interaction.
The G-20 financial chiefs gave assurance about Japan's monetary policy, saying the yen's decline versus other major currencies is a side effect of easing steps," Saito said.
The Finance Minister Shri Chidambaram will be leading a high level Indian delegation to attend the two day G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting scheduled to be held in Sydney, Australia on 22nd and 23rd February, 2014.
During a working dinner Thursday, Obama urged the other G-20 leaders including those from the European Union to join a proposed military operation also aimed at enforcing the international ban on using chemical weapons even in war.
Japan, which had been facing criticism from other economies that the Bank of Japan was trying to drive the yen lower to boost exports, avoided direct criticism by the G-20 for its monetary policy.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has warned G-20 countries that they must redouble their efforts to resist protectionist pressures and take active steps to keep markets open and advance trade liberalization.