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Stepping Up Pressure on G8 and German Presidency

G7 Finance Ministers silent on aid

Coinciding with the first meeting of G7 Finance Ministers under Germany’s G8 presidency on 9-10 February in Essen, international NGOs and civil society organisations stepped up significantly their pressure on the richest countries of the world to make good their promises on aid, debt cancellation and trade. Without concrete funding plans for the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals the commitments made in Gleneagles two years ago are in jeopardy, NGOs warned. Read the compilation of news, new campaigns, papers, and studies in WDEV’s Newsblog.


9-10 Feb 2007: G7 Finance Ministers in Essen 

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Posted: 9 Feb 2007

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