Group of Twenty Four

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Group of Twenty Four

An informal group composed of 24 developing countries all over the world. The G-24 exists to ensure developing countries are represented at international discussions of monetary issues. It was established in 1971 and maintains its headquarters at the IMF, even though the two are not formally affiliated.
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Tajik Prosecutor General's Office announced the arrest of more than 30 Tajik opposition activists associated with the Group of 24, including the leader of the youth political organization, Russian citizen Maksud Ibragimov, who disappeared on January 20.
A GROUP of 24 parishoners from St Catherine's church, in New Road, Burbage, will be jetting off to Sweden on October 26 to link up with their town's twin parish, Nossebro.
Two months after the games, the scientists tested pulmonary function in 59 of the players and compared the results with those of a control group of 24 healthy high school basketball players.
A GROUP of 24 former problem pupils - previously excluded from school or at risk of suspension - have gained vocational qualifications at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College.
There will be a Select Group of 24 refs and 48 assistants who will officiate at Premiership and other top level games, with refs paid a retainer of pounds 33,000-a-year plus match fees of pounds 900 a time.
The Associated Colleges of Illinois (ACI) is a group of 24 private colleges and universities, rooted in the liberal arts tradition, that brings college, business and community leaders together to provide underserved students with the educational opportunities they need to become productive members of our society.
The scheme, starting next month in Paisley, Renfrewshire, will see a group of 24 youngsters spoken to in French for three hours a day from two teachers, one of whom is a Frenchwoman whose own children are bilingual.
The Jeep King of the Mountain series features an electrifying group of 24 athletes from six countries, including Columbia-sponsored athletes Zach Crist, former X Games champion, and nine-time Slalom Champion Edith Rozsa.
At today's event, a select group of 24 west-coast entrepreneurs will present their businesses before nearly 300 of Silicon Valley's top investors and business leaders.
In March of this year, a second contract was awarded to Transcona to completely retrofit another group of 24 GP38-2 locomotives.