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  • n. Alternative spelling of G7.


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From the English Group of seven, G + 7


  • France, Germany and Japan; the G-7, which is the G-5 plus Canada and Italy; the G-77, a gaggle of developing countries; and others.

    A Slate of G-20 Rivals Is Waiting in the Wings

  • This group known as the G-7 met in Washington, and meeting again this morning.

    CNN Transcript Oct 11, 2008

  • Underlying the dissension within the G-7 is a gap between the interest-rate policies of the Federal Reserve Board and the European Central Bank.

    Will Dollar Overshadow

  • Since September 11, we stopped a little over $100 million, about five of that has been Saudis ', but much more needs to be done, and part of it is the disarray in the U.S. government, and we also need an international group as part of the G-7, which is the meeting of all of the major economic powers that really rides hard (ph) on this.

    CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2002

  • Just as the G-7 was the catalyst for expanded debt relief last year, so it should consider taking the initiative on basic education and health at its summit this year in Japan.

    Remarks At International Consultative Forum On Education

  • I will host the world's leading industrial democracies at what we used to call the G-7 but now call the Summit of the Eight in Denver, which will give us an opportunity to deepen our cooperation with Russia for peace and freedom and prosperity.

    President To American Society Of Newspaper Editors

  • I think that's been a positive evolution of Russia's role within what has in the past been called the G-7, it's really now more properly the Industrialized Nations Summit.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Dating back to June of 1993, when the President first had an opportunity to address those issues at the summit in Tokyo, the G-7 Summit, when President Soeharto came as a guest of the G-7, that issue has been on our bilateral agenda.

    Briefing By Mike Mccurry Joe Lockhart And Doug Sosnik

  • But I think I indicated earlier, the question of an increased level of participation by Russia in the G-7 was a large part of the dinner conversation last night.

    Backgrounder On Meeting Of Pres Clinton And Yeltsin

  • MS. MYERS: No, I don't think that we were -- I mean, that the goal of the G-7 was a bilateral agreement with Japan.

    Dee Dee Myers Press Briefing


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