First meeting of the 'G-7' Industrial Nations (42 words)

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The first G-7 ('Group of Seven') summit was held in France in 1976. It is a coalition of seven major industrialized nations; the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US and Canada, and involves the countries finance ministers meeting to discuss economic policy.

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