G20 explained (explainity® explainer video)


G20″ stands for “Group of the 20 most important industrialized and emerging countries”.
These are: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, France, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, USA, EU

The leaders of the G20 meet for exchange once or twice a year. In the late nineties the focus was on economic and financial issues. Meanwhile, however, the group members also deal with topics such as climate, energy, nutrition, health or social issues. How the G20 was founded and who takes part in the meetings you´ll get to know in this video clip.

This clip is also available in German:

Under the following link you will find the participants of the G20 Summit in Hamburg: www.g20.org/Webs/G20/EN/G20/Participants/participants_node.html

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  1. What will happen when one of those economies fail or another country's econmy grow bigger than alreasy member economy??? Are they kicking out the failing member?


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