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G7 G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting Communiqué (Niigata, Japan)
The G7 finance ministers and central bank governors released a joint communiqué following their meeting in Niigata, Japan.
G7 G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Statement, Washington D.C.
On 12 April 2023, the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors issued a joint statement.
G7 Finance Track from A to Z: key terms defined
What does ACT-A stand for? What do deputies’ deputies do? Our glossary defines the most important terms for the Finance Track under Germany’s G7 presidency.
G7 G7 Statement on Russia’s War of Aggression against Ukraine and its Impact on the Global Economy
On 23 February 2023, the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors issued a joint statement.
G7 presidency Overview of G7 Finance Track documents
Here is a compilation of all Finance Track documents produced during Germany’s G7 presidency in 2022.
G7 presidency G7 Finance Ministers’ Statement on support to Ukraine
On 22 December 2022, the G7 finance ministers held their last virtual meeting under Germany's presidency and issued a joint statement.
G7 presidency Our G7 presidency in 2022: results in the Finance Track
Germany’s G7 presidency in 2022 came at a time of global crises. That is why, during its G7 presidency, Germany was strongly committed to pursuing a joint approach with its international partners. This page summarises the results of the G7 Finance Track.
G7 A look back at the Finance Track under Germany’s G7 presidency
At the end of 2022, Germany will hand over the G7 presidency to Japan. Which topics dominated the Finance Track under Germany’s G7 presidency? What did we achieve? German Finance Minister Christian Lindner answers these questions in his recap.
Financial markets Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank: a recap
The Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank took place on 12−14 October. The event served as a forum for in-depth discussions on the major challenges facing the global economy. In times like this, it is more important than ever for countries that abide by democracy, the rule of law, multilateralism and a rules-based international order to engage in close cooperation – …
G7 presidency Christian Lindner attended international meetings in Washington DC
German Finance Minister Christian Lindner attended numerous meetings in Washington from 12–14 October. In his talks with international partners, he discussed the most pressing fiscal policy issues of global significance. Key priorities included the global economic impact of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, rising inflation, international debt, and efforts to fight the climate crisis.