The need to write a piece like this would never have occurred to me to hiss. However, nowadays, a technical training will be given in the statements that “Turkey will be removed from the G20” in ways that will include people with academic titles.
WHAT IS THIS G20?
The “G” in the immediately improved G20 is not the initial “G” of the concept. In Turkish, which is written as “Group” in English, “Group” is the initial letter. In other words, G20 is possible from the name “Group of 20” to Turkish, “Group of 20s”.
The G20 is a platform licensed by the Minister of Finance and the Central Bank in 1999 in order to become a more effective structure in the global economic decision-making processes after the 1997 Asian Crisis and to make the plans more effective and permanent in economic trends. Heads of State were included in the G20 meetings. The tough G20 does not have a secretariat either. There is no help in training whether the decisions taken are implemented or not. It trains one G20 member each year.
WHO IS IN THE G20?
Members in the G20, the Group of 20s: United States, Argentina, Australia, England, Brazil, China, Indonesia, France, South Africa, South Korea, India, Italy, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the European Union.
WHICH ARE THE TOP20 ECONOMIES IN 2020?
International Monetary Fund) as of 2020 India, England, England, Australia, England, Canada, Germany, England, United States of America, China, Japan, Germany, England, England, Australia Spain, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE OF FIRST20 AND G20?
There is one thing you should not draw your attention to the children above. It is also that some countries do not take part in the big G20 even though it is one of the top 20 economies. For example, Spain, the Netherlands and Switzerland, which are among the top 20 economies, are not included in the G20. Argentina and South Africa, which are not actually among the top 20 economies, are in the G20.
Because the G20, the “Group of 20s”, does not consist of the 20 largest economies in the world. Therefore, due to a decline in a country, the G20 is not left out of the blue like anything else.
I’ll never forget, before the G20 Antalya Summit held in Turkey’s home in 2015, an economist was discussed on the screens in the last part of an article with the content of “Antalya G20 Summit can be canceled” in a newspaper in the general acceptance. Anyway, I’m still more open: Turkey is not leaving the G20!