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The G20 foreign ministers met in Buenos Aires on 20 and 21 May 2018 to discuss global governance, development and gender, amongst other issues. “Multilateralism is under pressure; we therefore consider it very important that the G20 provide responses,” ministers concluded. Read more

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Thursday, 06 July 2017 16:54

G20 commitment to Africa

This year Germany has made Africa the focus of its G20 presidency through its Compact with Africa and the Marshall Plan for the continent, which together aim to create a more sustainable environment for private sector participation in African economies.

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