June 18, 2010
TORONTO, ON – On June 21, 2010, the G8 Research Group will release the final compliance report measuring progress made by the G8 on the pledges made at the 2009 L’Aquila Summit, with input from the G8 Research Centre at the State University Higher School of Economics led by Professor Marina Larionova in Moscow. The full report will be available for download at the G8 Information Centre website at .
A separate compliance report on Iran will also be presented.
The G20 Research Group will present a report on financial regulations and another on Mexico and climate change, in collaboration with the Centre for Dialogue and Analysis on North America (CEDAN) in Mexico City.
Professor Alan Alexandroff will also discuss the work of the Global Trade Alert Project.
A video of the briefing will be made available online at the G8 Information Centre at and the G20 Information Centre website at soon after the event. Information is also available at G8 Live .
MaRS Building, South Tower
101 College Street, Suite 406
Toronto, ON M5G 1L7
9:00 am to 10:00 am
June 21, 2010
– Erin Fitzgerald, Netila Demneri and members of the G8 Research Group compliance unit
– Marina Larionova, Mark Rackhmangulov and Yuriy Zaytsev, State University Higher School of Economics, Moscow
– Susan Khazaeli and Masa Kovic, G8 Research Group
– Alan Alexandroff, G20 Research Group and Global Trade Alert Project
– Ivan Savic and Nikolai Roudev, G20 Research Group
– Caroline Bracht, G20 Research Group, and Sofia Viguri, CEDAN
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