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Germany’s G7 presidency in 2022

Christian Lindner on Germany’s G7 presidency: “The G7 countries stand for freedom, democracy and progress. In this spirit, we must overcome the pandemic and stimulate the global economic upswing. That’s why we are also putting issues relating to digitalisation and a net-zero economy on the agenda.”

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G7 presidency G7 mobilises billions in financial assistance for Ukraine

At their meeting in Königswinter, the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors agreed on direct financial assistance for Ukraine. Together with international financial institutions they have mobilised USD 19.8 billion.

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G7 presidency Press conference on the results of the meeting of G7 finance ministers

The G7 countries are determined to take resolute measures to stop rising inflation and boost economic growth, said Christian Lindner following the meeting of G7 finance ministers and central bank governors.

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Videos on the G7 presidency

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The G7 Finance Track

G7 presidency The Finance Track and its priorities

What does the G7 have to do with fiscal policy? And what are the most important economic and fiscal policy issues of Germany’s G7 presidency in 2022? Here we explain the G7 Finance Track and its priorities.

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G7 presidency Christian Lindner on the priorities in the finance track

The priorities of the 2022 Finance Track are to set the course towards a sustainable economic recovery during the post-crisis period and to shape transformation processes in the areas of digitalisation and climate neutrality.

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G7 presidency 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.

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G7 Finance Track meetings

1 March

Virtual meeting

The first meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors under Germany’s G7 presidency.

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20–21 April

Washington, D.C.

Meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors on the sidelines of the spring meeting of the IMF and World Bank.

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18–20 May

Bonn and Königswinter

A highlight of the G7 presidency is the meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in Germany.

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G7 Countries

Which countries make up the G7? We present them in our series.

G7 Countries: France France
G7 Countries: Canada Canada
G7 Countries: Italy Italy
G7 Countries: United Kingdom United Kingdom
G7 Countries: United States of America United States of America
G7 Countries: Japan Japan
G7 Countries: Germany Germany

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Background information on the G7 presidency

G7 presidency What is the G7?

The Group of Seven (G7) is an informal forum of the world’s leading economies. Due to the G7’s informal structures, the country that holds the presidency has an important role to play.

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G7 presidency The German government’s G7 website

An overview of Germany’s G7 presidency, including the G7 summit at Schloss Elmau in June 2022, is available on the German government website www.g7germany.de.

More on external page: The German government’s G7 website