The 17th G20 summit took place from 15-16 November in Bali, Indonesia. Leaders from the world’s largest economies convened to discuss the most pressing issues facing the global community with an eye towards making new commitments on global health architecture, digital economy transformation and the energy transition.
In this event, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies Economics Programme and OMFIF host a virtual armchair conversation with Michael Pyle, US deputy national security adviser at CSIS and G7 and G20 sherpa, about the outcomes from the 2022 G20 heads of state and government summit in Bali.
Michael Pyle, US Deputy National Security Adviser, CSIS, and G7 and G20 Sherpa
Welcoming remarks by:
Matthew Goodman, Senior Vice President for Economics, CSIS
Stephanie Segal, Senior Fellow, Economics Programme, CSIS
Mark Sobel, Senior Adviser (Non-resident), Economics Programme, CSIS, and US Chair, OMFIF
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