Friday, July 15, 2022 – 10:44 a.m. WIB
VIVA Business – The Third Round of Meetings of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (3rd FMCBG) of G20 countries brought together the largest number of foreign delegates physically during the period of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency. In total, no less than 407 foreign delegates were physically present in Bali and 120 delegates were present virtually.
Quoted in a joint press release with BI and the Ministry of Finance, a total of 17 finance ministers and 11 central bank governors were physically present. The finance ministers present came from South Africa, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Australia, India, Indonesia, Italy, Germany, Japan, South Korea, from Canada, France, Turkey, the European Union, the Netherlands, Senegal, Switzerland.
Meanwhile, the central bank governors present came from South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Australia, the Netherlands, India, Indonesia, England, Japan, Germany, from South Korea and France.
The Minister of Finance and the Governor of Bank Indonesia will jointly chair the meeting. In the opening of Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said the G20 must go further, taking concrete steps.
“Based on the spirit of cooperation, collaboration and consensus, to overcome global challenges,” Sri Mulyani said.
At this meeting, delegates will discuss the seven priority agendas and legacy on the financial line, namely:
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