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Economic Definition of Group of Seven. Defined.

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Term Group of Seven Definition: The seven of the most advanced and industrialized nations of the world (abbreviated G-7)--the United States, Britain, France, Italy, Canada, Germany, and Japan--that meet regularly to coordinate fiscal and monetary policies. Their actions are based on the proposition that our global economy and the individual countries are better off through cooperation than conflict.


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