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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.
Financial markets „Accepting the challenge: A liberalism for tomorrow“
Lecture by Christian Lindner, German Federal Minister of Finance, at Princeton University on April 14, 2023
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.
Taxation Global corporate tax reform is on the way
Under the auspices of the OECD, 138 countries have reached an agreement on a fair allocation of taxing rights and a global minimum effective tax rate of 15%. This is a genuine revolution in international tax law. The global minimum tax rate will now be implemented in national law.
Climate action Green federal securities
Climate action is a priority. To boost sustainability in financial markets too, the German government is issuing Green German Federal Securities. This will inject momentum into the sustainable bond market as a whole.
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.
Financial markets Germany bids to host the new Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA)
Germany’s bid to host the EU’s new Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA) is entering the critical stage. Germany wants to bring the headquarters to Frankfurt.
Public finances A resilient Germany is weathering the energy crunch: Guest article by Christian Lindner in the Financial Times
Government measures to encourage lower consumption are market-based and do not interfere with price signals
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.
Financial markets Sanctions Enforcement Act II: making sure sanctions work
The German government’s draft Sanctions Enforcement Act II reorganises the way Germany enforces sanctions. The new legislation aims to ensure that sanctions are implemented even more effectively. It also introduces additional measures to fight money laundering and sends out a strong signal that Germany intends to combat financial crime consistently and resolutely.