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The next G-20 meeting will be held in New Delhi later this year. Mr. Sinha will preside over it. The G-20 Secretariat will immediately shift from Ottawa to Delhi.
Floated in 1999, G-20 is the forum of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors representing 19 countries, the European Union and the Bretton Woods Institutions (IMF and World Bank). The Group comprises G-7 countries (the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan), Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Australia, Indonesia, China, South Africa, India, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Republic of Korea.
The G-20 represents the next stage in the evolution of a forum of dialogue among countries representing both developed and emerging economies from every region of the globe. It addresses issues related to development, international economy and financial systems.
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