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See also: G-7

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From English Abbreviation of Group of seven.

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G7

  1. (economics, politics) The commonly used way of referring to the seven economically most important capitalist countries, which are the United States, Japan, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Canada, whose finance ministers meet several times a year to discuss economic policy.

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