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Thursday, 13 June 2013 11:35

Leaders and Experts: The Issues on the Agenda at 2013 G8 Lough Erne Summit

Written by G8 Research Group

The G8 Research Group has just announced the release of an excellent publication, "The UK Summit: The G8 at Lough Erne 2013" ­.

It features a series of Leaders Perspectives from David Cameron, François Hollande, José Manuel Barroso, Barack Obama and Ellen Sirleaf Johnson. It also features articles from the OECD, ILO, IFAD, WFP, UNCTAD, OPEC, INTERPOL and the heads of many other international organizations and internationally renowned experts.

Articles are on the themes of:

  • Economic growth
  • Trade and investment
  • Taxation, transparency and good governance
  • Aid, development and Africa
  • Agriculture and food security
  • Hunger, nutrition and health
  • Energy and sustainability
  • Foreign policy and security
  • Strengthening the G8 system

The electronic version is available at the G8 Information Centre website at Printed copies are available from the G8 Research Group directly or by emailing
The G8 Research Group's field team is in Belfast until June 19. For more information or to arrange an interview please call Madeline Koch at the numbers below.
Madeline Koch
Managing Director
G8 Research Group
T: From Toronto, 416-588-3833 or 647-724-4094
T: In the UK, +44 (0) 77 00 07 58 33 or +44 (0) 77 98 68 25 27
SMS: 1-416-416-9532 or +44 (0) 77 00 07 58 33 or +44 (0) 77 98 68 25 27
Skype: madkoch or

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