The G20 Summit
The G20 is the central forum for international cooperation on financial and economic questions. At their meetings, which have been held annually since 2008, the heads of state and government of the G20 have traditionally addressed issues relating to world economic growth, international trade and the regulation of financial markets. This year the G20 Summit will take place 7-8 July in Hamburg, Germany.
The G20 countries account for more than four-fifths of gross world product and three-quarters of global trade, and are home to almost two-thirds of the world’s population.
For further information:
G20 Summit | Federal Government Germany