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Towards a Meaningful Trade Policy Agenda for the G-20 in 2010

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The Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors from the world’s 20 largest economies, known as the G-20, represents a remarkable experiment in global economic governance, opening up international decision- making processes to a broader range of countries. The ultimate purpose of this policy brief is to describe a possible trade policy agenda for the G-20 in 2010. However, before doing so it will be helpful to describe the G-20’s approach to trade policy cooperation and its record in 2009.

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