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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will be active at the UN General Assembly from September 18–22 in New York City.
Business and government working in partnership is critical to overcoming global challenges. The 2023 G7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan highlighted the vital role business plays in shaping the global economy.
At the B7 Summit in Tokyo, the U.S. Chamber and our counterpart associations from Japan, Europe, and Canada spoke with a united voice on how private sector ingenuity can help address some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
As we kick off 2023, here’s a look at what the G20 is, why it’s important, who is hosting, and what role the private sector plays.
With a strong team on the ground in India, the Chamber will represent the interests of the business community in key dialogues with G20 policymakers.
The World Bank is creating a new tool to help policymakers and investors evaluate how successful different governments are in meeting the challenges of recovery and competitiveness.
Policymakers responsible for almost all the public money in the world met in Washington, D.C. for the annual World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings. Here's what business should know.