We represent the interests of our national business community in the G20 dialogue process and ensure decisions taken by G20 leaders reflect the input and understanding of the business community.
To lead the business response to the policies agreed upon by heads of states at the G20 level, the Chamber has become a founding member of the Global Business Coalition of national business federations from the top 20 world economies, the Business 20 (B20).
On December 1, 2022, India assumed the presidency of the G20 and B20 for one year. 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.
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.
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
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.
Captures a summary of 2019 G20 and B20 texts side-by-side
Buenos Aires, ArgentinaMarch 15th, 2018 Dr. Adolfo L. RubinsteinArgentine Health MinisterHealth G20 Working Group Chair Dear Minister Rubenstein: International business groups engaged in supporting the G20 objectives, have beenconsistent proponents of strengthening health systems as a vital part of economicinfrastructure in all major economies.