G-20 and International Economic Cooperation: Background and Implications for Congress
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 28 pages
Contents: (1) Intro.; (2) The Rise of the G-20 as the Premier Forum for Internat. Econ. Cooperation: 1970s-1990s: Developed Countries Dominate Financial Discussions; 1990s-2008: Emerging Markets Gain Greater Influence; 2008¿Present: Emerging Markets Get a Seat at the Table; (3) How the G-20 Operates; (4) Overview of the G-20 Summits: Wash., DC, Nov. 2008; London, April 2009; Pittsburgh, Sept. 2009; Protests at G-20 Summits; (5) Issues on the Horizon: Regulatory Reform; Increasing the Representation of Emerging Markets in Internat. Financial Institutions; Increased Funding of the Multilateral Develop. Banks; A Green Recovery; WTO Doha Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations; (6) Transition from G-7 to G-20.
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