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Group of Seven (G-7)

The G-5 countries plus Canada and Italy.

Group of Seven

Also called G-7. An informal group composed of the United States, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Canada (listed by nominal GDP). The G-7 represents the world's leading industrial democracies. Their finance ministers/secretaries meet annually to discuss economic cooperation and other matters. The G-7 does not have a permanent secretariat, but rather gives an informal forum for leaders to meet and discuss ideas.
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"I applaud Macron for containing Trump -- but do we really want this to become the new standard by which to measure the success of a G-7 summit?" said Alice Stollmeyer, executive director of Defending Democracy.
First of all, no member of the G-7 wants Iran to ever get a nuclear weapon.
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The G-7 demanded that North Korea fully comply with U.N.
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The G-7 countries are the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Canada.
Whether the G-7 countries would maintain their concern about the yen's rise was one of the main focuses of the Rome meeting for many market analysts.
-- The G-7 urges all parties to show the political will and flexibility to resume the stalled Doha Round trade liberalization talks under the World Trade Organization.
The survey "found that mortality at all ages in every (G-7) country has declined at a steady, exponential rate for the past 50 years," the NIH said.
25, the G-7 decided to establish a "new mechanism" to discuss ways to overhaul the international financial system.
The G-7 nations propose to split meetings attended by the Governors of the Central Banks of the seven member countries.