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G8:

see Group of Eight 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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Interest among G-8 nations in Abenomics was evident from the beginning, as Britain, having the presidency of the G-8 this year, "asked us to provide a meticulous explanation" about the policies at the summit, a Japanese official said.
Chairman CDA has requested residents of Sector G-8 for cooperation with CDA to make "Clean and Green Islamabad" a successful campaign.
Beyond the institutional funding, the French official said the aim was for another $20 billion in bilateral support from G-8 members as well as from rich Persian Gulf states and others.
In effect, the G-8 fulfilled only half of its promise to Africa - roughly $15 billion in increased aid rather than $30 billion.
The report is a major step forward in assessing the extent to which the G-8 has lived up to its promises.
G-8 Leaders Demonstrated Their Commitment To Work With Africa To Facilitate Opportunity and Conflict Resolution And To Combat The Scourge Of Infectious Diseases.
We challenge the leaders of the G-8 to commit to such change and adopt wealth distribution as an important and crucial goal of global economic policy.
The G-8, which groups Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the United States, ended the summit with adoption of the G-8 Africa Action Plan.
It reported progress in three areas -- strengthening security measures in the G-8 members, beefing up international measures against terrorism and assisting non-G-8 countries' antiterrorism efforts.
The two-day G-8 Energy Forum, co-sponsored by the State of Michigan and the U.
The G-8 communique adopted at the session said the G-8, in recognizing the importance of allowing electronic trading to continue under safe and reliable conditions, expresses concern over the increase of cyber-crime and the difficulty of controlling it.
The "Expanded G-8 Task Force" on issues related to India and Pakistan will focus on whether to partially resume economic assistance from the World Bank that has been suspended since the two nations conducted nuclear tests last May, the official said.