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      G20 Osaka Summit

      Engagement Groups

      Engagement Groups Overview

      Engagement Groups, which are independent from governments and comprised of various stakeholders of the international community, host meetings relevant to the G20 discussions. They represent the Business community (B20), Civil society (C20), Labor unions (L20), Scientists (S20), Think tanks (T20), Urban cities (U20), Women (W20) and Youth (Y20) from the G20 countries and make contributions such as drafting recommendations on their areas of interest.


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