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Tuesday, 08 March 2011 00:00

The G20 Agenda and Process: Analysis and Insight by CIGI Experts

Written by CIGI
 
 

Since the first G20 leaders’ meeting in Washington in November 2008, the G20 has evolved from a crisis committee to the “premier forum” for international economic cooperation among its member economies. For several years beforehand, CIGI led the way in advocating elevation of the G20 finance ministers’ meetings to summits of government leaders. CIGI continues to give a prominent place to G20 analysis in its research, conferences and publications work. The G20 Agenda and Process: Analysis and Insight by CIGI Experts is a compilation of 21 commentaries on policy and governance issues under discussion in 2010 that are still relevant to the ongoing G20 agenda under the French presidency and the forum’s aspirations for the future.

Click here to visit the CIGI G20 webpage.

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