G10

The Group of Ten or G10 is a group of industrially advanced countries. The central banks of the Group in particular co-operate to regulate international finance.

The member countries are:

Note there are eleven countries in the G10. The 'ten' refers to the members of the Group who constitute the members of the International Monetary Fund. Switzerland, which joined the Group in 1984, is the eleventh member.

See also


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