Statement on G20 summit

26 June 2012

Prime Minister, David Cameron, made a statement in the House of Commons on Monday 25 June on the summit meeting of the G20 held in Los Cabos, Mexico

The G20

The Group of Twenty (G20) Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors was established in 1999 to bring together systemically important industrialized and developing economies to discuss key issues in the global economy.

The leaders of the G20 met in Los Cabos (Mexico) on 18-19 June to discuss the world economy particularly growth and jobs, and the Euro Area. Further information on the G20 meeting can be found on the G20 website.

Leader of the Opposition, Edward Miliband, responded to the statement on behalf of the Opposition.

Watch and read the statement and the views expressed by MPs on Parliament TV and in Commons Hansard. Also find current parliamentary material on the World Economy in the Topics and News sections.

Oral statements

Oral statements are made after Question Time (or at 11am on a Friday). Statements normally relate to matters of policy or government actions. At the end of a statement, MPs can respond or question the government minister on its contents.

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