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Group of Thirty

An informal group composed of 30 of the world's central bankers, thinkers, practitioners, academics and others. The G-30 meets twice annually to discuss economics, foreign exchange, capital markets and other matters. It was established in 1978 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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The incident began around 9:30 pm on Saturday 5 th August when a group of 30 to 50 settlers arrived on the streets of Wadi al-Hussein and started harassing locals.
BEIRUT: Dozens of Lebanese pro-Syrian regime supporters attacked with sticks Tuesday a group of 30 protesters demonstrating outside the Syrian Embassy in the Beirut district of Hamra.
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The singer and cancer survivor is leading a group of 30 musicians, ex-patients and supporters on a pilgrimage to the peak of the world's largest free-standing mountain.
A group of 30 pupils will also go on a 'from farm to fork' education trip to a Co-op farm in the Midlands to find out more about where food comes from.
After Hiroki Maeda, 6, slipped some 50 meters from a mountain trail into the stream while hiking in a group of 30 people, 54-year-old Yoshihiro Kimura, who was leading the group, followed in an attempt to rescue him, according to the police.
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