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2012 G-20 Mexico summit

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G-20 Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy
Date to be determined
Location to be determined
Participants G-20 members
Follows Cannes summit, 2011
Precedes To be determined, 2013

The 2012 G-20 Mexico Summit will be the seventh meeting of the G-20 heads of government in a series of on-going discussions about financial markets and the world economy.[1]

The G-20 is the premier forum for discussing, planning and monitoring international economic cooperation.[2]




It can be expected that each leader of the G-20 will bring his or her own agenda to the summit.[3]

Mexico believes the forum can better represent developing countries in both vision and policy. Under the leadership of President Felipe Calderon, Mexico will seek to expand the scope of the G-20's development focus.[4]


Pre-planning for the G-20 summit in 2012 began in 2010. In January 2010, Mexican Deputy Foreign Minister Lourdes Aranda hosted a preliminary meeting in Mexico City. It was attended by "sherpas" (representatives) of the G20 foreign ministries.[5]

The final draft of G20 Toronto summit communique became the public announcement that the 2011 summit in France would be followed by a 2012 summit in Mexico.[1]


The prospective participants at the Mexico summit include leaders and representatives of the core members of the G-20 major economies, which comprises 19 countries and the European Union which is represented by its two governing bodies, the European Council and the European Commission.[6] Representatives of other nations and regional organizations are expected to take part in the summit.


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