The G-20 (Group of Twenty) finance ministers and central bank governors has met annually since 1999 to promote dialogue between industrialized and emerging-market countries. The 19 member nations plus the European Union represent 90% of the world's gross national product. Brookings experts provide ongoing commentary and recommendations on the issues facing the G-20.
Reuters/Claudia Daut - A woman walks on a street in central Havana early January 10, 2008. Cuba, a one-party state, will hold elections on January 20, 2008, to elect the 614-seat National Assembly or legislature.
Four Charts Explaining Latin America’s Decade of Development-less Growth
December 5, 2014, Ernesto Talvi, Santiago García da Rosa, Rafael Guntin, Rafael Xavier, Federico Ganz, Mercedes Cejas, et al.
Ernesto Talvi explains Latin America's decade of 'development-less' growth and the key drivers needed to improve the region's growth prospects in the future.
Global Financial Crisis
International Monetary Fund
December 4, 2014, Fred Dews
December 3, 2014
November 17, 2014, Colin I. Bradford
November 14, 2014, Jan Nalaskowski, Rob Keane and Thomas Wright
November 14, 2014, Amadou Sy
November 14, 2014, Alison Kirsch and Timmons Roberts
November 14, 2014, Colin I. Bradford
November 10, 2014
November 10, 2014, Fred Dews
November 7, 2014, Miriam Sapiro
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