As the G20 Summit wrapped up today in London, some of you may wonder, “What makes these twenty countries so special?” or perhaps, “Which countries are part of this ‘elite’ group?”
In honor of the historic meeting, Global Market Information Database, one of the Library’s excellent resources from Euromonitor, has put together a featured story on the matter. Once you log into GMID, select Countries in the navigation bar at the top and then on G20: In Focus. You’ll find out interesting facts about the G20’s contribution to the global economy as well as be able to dive further into researching particular countries. GMID may be a business resource, but it has great insights into countries and their populations.
And for those of you that didn’t know (I didn’t), the G20 is comprised of the following countries: USA, Japan, China, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Brazil, Canada, India, Mexico, Australia, South Korea, Turkey, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, South Africa and the rest of the EU