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The G20 summit in Toronto

29 June 2010 09:27 G20: balance on the edge of growth

Contrary to the expectations that the emotions of the football game between England and Germany can stretch the frozen in a deadlock disputes in the G20, this did not happen. The leaders of the 20 most developed economies concluded their meeting in Toronto with a compromise declaration, which re ...

27 June 2010 10:33 Spending cuts vs. economic growth and development aid

The diversity of the G20 economies is in the heart of the differences in their positions. For example the European Union managed to secure a common position for the Toronto summit, although the differences within the Union, and that can be felt stronger in the eurozone, suggest hard implementati ...

6 October 2009 13:37 The G7 is dead, long live the G20!

If you have ever paid attention to the news about the G7 summits, then the G8 summits and now, since recently - the G20, have you ever thought of what these organisations deal with? We constantly talk about the UN, for a pile of other world formats but, yet, we remain with the feeling that world ...

25 September 2009 09:00 You can't make an omplette without breaking the eggs or - the G20 summit starts

The differences between Europe and the US on reforming the global financial architecture threaten to overshadow the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, which officially starts today. Some serious disputes appear around the governing structure of the IMF (the International Monetary Fund) against the backgr ...

27 June 2010 15:30 G20 is awaiting the England - Germany football game

The G20 meeting in Toronto is starting with football passions - the epic game between England and Germany for the World Cup in South Africa. The leaders of the two countries - David Cameron and Angela Merkel even consider watching the game together. Cameron told journalists, that he "will try no ...

26 June 2010 21:00 Who will win in Toronto?

Economic recovery and a balance of public finances; reform of global financial system; enhancing international financial institutions; building the future through trade liberalisation and investments. These are the priorities of the summit this weekend in Toronto of the 20 most developed economi ...

26 September 2009 11:33 There no longer be G8 - the G20 is the new global economic format

G20 is the new and most important forum for international cooperation. This is what the leaders of the Twenty have decided on their summit in Pittsburgh yesterday. But with this the concrete decisions run out. However, the decision the G20 to replace the current G8 format, in which the most deve ...

24 September 2009 14:33 G20 will be the winner of the crisis

It's been for some years a discussion about reforming the UN in such a way to represent better the global balance of power. The way the world organisation is established it very much reflects the realities of the time around the World War II. Now the world is different. But the reform of the UN ...

 
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Adelina Marini #Article50 #Tusk: Thank you and good bye!
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Adelina Marini #Poland #Timmermans: In every country there are problems with the rule of law. No country is above the law. But it is never an excuse that someone else is doing the same
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The #Eurogroup finance ministers are gathering today for their regular meeting with a main issue on the agenda the 2nd review of the 3rd bailout programme for #Greece. There is another issue hanging in the air, which is not on the agenda - will the Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem remain on the position as chair of the Eurogroup since his party sustained huge losses at the parliamentary elections in the Netherlands last week. For now, a Tusk-effect is not visible but all minsters praise Dijsslbloem as a brilliant chief of the Eurogroup. Everyone, however, refuse to forecast whether he will stay even after his mandate runs out in January. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici hinted something in that direction saying that Mr Dijsselbloem is very competent and is very well aware of the Greek dossier. This is a hint that the next is yet to get acquainted with this dossier and there might not be sufficient time for that
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