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Ultimate Mission
The differences and controversies at the Seoul summit show, however, that the G20—far from being ineffective—is more important than ever to world economic stability and equity
Emerging Economic Voices

A bigger economic output means a larger voice for emerging economies and developing countries on the world stage. This proved true at both the recent G20 Summit and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting

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The G20's Commitment
The top developed and emerging countries vowed coordinated efforts to revitalize the global economy
Strengthening Bilateral Relationships
Chinese President Hu Jintao reaches out to U.S., Russian and Japanese leaders
The Price of Free Trade
While forging ahead with trade and investment integration, all member economies should adopt more active attitudes toward promoting economic and technical cooperation
Comment on Hu's Five-Point Proposal
Free Trade Crucial for Economic Recovery
APEC Leaders Issue Yokohama Declaration
- Basic Facts about G20
- Basic Facts about APEC
Previous G20 Summits  
- Toronto Summit (June 2010)
- Pittsburgh Summit (October 2009)
- London Summit (April 2009)
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