Commentary | 30 September 2004

G7 should step aside for more representative body

Mark Thirlwell and Malcolm Cook argue that China's recent inclusion in the G7 should not be a one-off expansion. It should be the first step in the replacement of the G7 by its more representative progeny, the G20, which includes Australia.Australian Financial Review, 29 September 2004, p.63Malcolm Cook , Mark Thirlwell

  • Malcolm Cook
  • Mark Thirlwell

Mark Thirlwell and Malcolm Cook argue that China's recent inclusion in the G7 should not be a one-off expansion. It should be the first step in the replacement of the G7 by its more representative progeny, the G20, which includes Australia.Australian Financial Review, 29 September 2004, p.63Malcolm Cook , Mark Thirlwell

  • Malcolm Cook
  • Mark Thirlwell