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G20

 (jē′twĕn′tē, -twŭn′-)
n.
A group of twenty politically and financially influential countries, including those in the G8. Representatives from these countries meet to discuss economic concerns.

[G(roup of) 20.]

G20

abbreviation for
Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors
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Other multilateral processes also offer lessons on what it is reasonable to expect of the G20. The multilateral trade liberalization process under the auspices of the WTO has addressed the legitimacy problem in international organization by demanding unanimous agreement among its membership, but at the cost of narrowing its negotiating agenda (for example, the exclusion of investment) and making tittle substantive progress since its fifth ministerial meeting in Cancun in 2003, the Bali Agreement on customs procedures in 2013 notwithstanding.
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O principal objetivo do trabalho e examinar e avaliar a atuacao do G20 na gestao da crise economica de 2008 e na transformacao do grupo em um forum permanente para a discussao de temas economicos internacionais.
"We will demand a deadline of two years at the next G20 meeting" one of the sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
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The 3G concurs with the assessment by the G20 that while global economic growth appears to be stabilising, growth remains low and risks remain tilted to the downside, including the intensification of trade and geopolitical tensions.
Noting that global economic growth remains low and risks are tilted to the downside, and most importantly, trade and geopolitical tensions have intensified, the G20 leaders said they will continue to address these risks and stand ready to take further action.