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What the G20 Should Do Now

Without further G20 action, the pandemic-induced recession will only deepen, hurting the world’s poorest and most marginalized people the most.

Because the group represents 85% of global GDP, it has the capacity to mobilize resources on the scale required – and its leaders must do so immediately.

LONDON – The time is right for G20 leaders to hold a second meeting to discuss measures to advance the implementation of the G20 Action Plan, and agree to a more…

The G20 has demonstrated that it can bring people together around a common set of actions. What it decides…

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