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Global Power Project: The Group of Thirty and the “Good Discussion” They’re Still Having

By Andrew Gavin Marshall, Washington’s Blog:

The Group of Thirty (or G-30) describes itself as “a private, nonprofit, international body composed of very senior representatives of the private and public sectors and academia,” which “aims to deepen understanding of international economic and financial issues, to explore the international repercussions of decisions taken in the public and private sectors, and to examine the choices available to market practitioners and policymakers.”

Its membership consists of roughly thirty major figures in the global financial world, from central banks, academia, international institutions and major private financial institutions. These figures hold regular meetings, conduct research and produce highly-influential reports through various “working groups,” providing a forum for top policy makers and private sector market “actors” to meet and hold discussions, while helping shape consensus and give recommendations to policy makers on issues of finance and governance.

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1 comment to Global Power Project: The Group of Thirty and the “Good Discussion” They’re Still Having

  • AgShaman

    Rockefellian Steering Groups filled entirely with change agents, catered to a certain monopoly on keeping the agenda in the camp that does not like competition.

    Basically where the Syndicate’s Hegelian Dialectic has it’s brainstorming get together whereby everybody gets on the same page with the ‘illusion du jour’ to be peddled to the sheep.

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