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G-20 is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 20 economies which include 19 countries viz. South Africa, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Turkey, France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Australia plus the European Union. The EU is represented by the President of ..
Category: Summits and Conferences
Topics: Economy • G20 • G20 London summit • Group of Seven • Intergovernmental organizations • International finance • International finance institutions • International macroeconomics • International Monetary Fund • Monetary hegemony • World • World economy
BC Business Correspondence BCBS Basel Committee on Banking SupervisionBCP Business Continuity Planning ProcessBCP Basel Core PrinciplesBCSBI Banking Codes and Standards Boards of IndiaBF Banking FacilitatorBFS Board for Financial SupervisionBIA Basic Indicator ApproachBIFR Board for Industrial and Financial ReconstructionBIS Bank for International SettlementsBLA Bond Ledger AccountBO Banking OmbudsmanBoP Balance of PaymentsBOS Banking Ombudsman SchemeBPLR Benchmark Prime ..
Topics: Bank • Bank regulation • Banking • Basel Committee on Banking Supervision • Basel II • Basic indicator approach • Central banks • Economy • Finance • Financial services • International finance institutions • Standardized approach
The Bretton WoodsEconomies of ScaleG-77ChaityaNatarajaBlood GroupsThe Bretton WoodsThe Bretton Woods system is commonly refers to the international monetary regime that prevailed from the end of World War II until the early 1970s. Taking its name from the site of the 1944 conference that created the *International Monetary Fund (IMF) and *World Bank, the Bretton Woods ..
Topics: Bretton Woods • Bretton Woods system • Economy • Foreign exchange market • Gold standard • Indian Sculpture • International finance • International finance institutions • International Monetary Fund • International Relations • Nataraja • World Bank