Engaging Global Institutions
The U.S. Chamber advances U.S. business interests in key dialogues with G20 and G7 policy makers, B7 and B20, and through participation in the Global Business Coalition. As the springboard for U.S. business priorities, we provide input to a wide range of international institutions, including the IMF and World Bank.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will be active at the UN General Assembly from September 18–22 in New York City.
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.
Each year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce leads the U.S. delegation to a variety of discussions to put forth input of the U.S. private sector.
G20 Leaders have repeatedly called for and supported the necessary reform of the World Trade Organization
The G20 Resource Efficiency Dialogue (hereinafter “the G20 RE Dialogue”) developed this Roadmap to promote its activities more effectively.
We, the Ministers of Labour and Employment of G20 members and invited countries, met in Matsuyama, Japan on 1-2 September 2019 to discuss global developments with respect to employment, and progress on our previous commitments, and agree on policy prioritiesto address demographic change, new forms of work, and global efforts to realize gender equality.
The Nuclear Safety and Security Group (NSSG), established at the Kananaskis Summit in 2002 and responsible to Leaders, provides technically informed strategic policy advice on issues that could impact safety and security in the peaceful use of nuclear energy, in close cooperation with multilateral organizations and avoiding duplication of tasks or efforts that are being addressed adequately by existing organizations or entities.