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Ministers Responsible for the Digital Economy

2024: September 14, Maceió, Brazil
2023: August 19, Bengaluru, India
Digital Economy Ministers Meeting: Outcome Document and Chair's Summary
2022: September 1, Bali
Digital Economy Ministerial Meeting: Minister's letter and chair's summary
2021: August 5-6, Trieste, Italy
Digital economy ministers meeting on August 5
  • Declaration of G20 Digital Ministers: Leveraging Digitalisation for a Resilient, Strong, Sustainable and Inclusive Recovery with three appendices
  • Press release, August 5
  • Press briefing with Giancarlo Giorgetti, Minister for Economic Development (in Italian), August 5
  • Press briefing with Vittorio Colao, Minister for Technological Innovation and Digital Transition (in Italian), August 5
  • Press release, August 3
  • Digital economy and research ministers meeting on August 5
    2020: July 22-23, videoconference (originally scheduled for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
    Ministerial Declaration July 22, 2020
    Press release, July 18, 2020
    2020: April 30, videoconference, Saudi Arabia
    Statement on COVID-19, April 30, 2020
    Press release: G20 to Address the Role of Digital Technologies to Fight COVID-19, April 28, 2020
    2019: June 8-9, Tsubuka, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
    Ministerial Meeting on Trade and the Digital Economy
  • G20 Ministerial Statement on Trade and Digital Economy, June 9, 2019
  • Chairs' statement, June 9, 2019
  • 2018: August 23-24, Salta, Argentina
    Ministers responsible for digitalization
    G20 Digital Economy Ministerial Declaration, August 24
    2017: April 6-7, Düsseldorf
    Declaration: Shaping Digitalisation for an Interconnected World, with three Annexes:
    1 – A Roadmap for Digitalisation: Policies for a Digital Future
    2 – Digital skills in vocational education and training
    3 – G20 Priorities on Digital Trade

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