Pakistan is an active member of the Group of 77 & China, a grouping of 134 developing countries that has chapters in Geneva, New York, Vienna and elsewhere.
The G-77 coordinates policy positions of its member states on global issues such as the state of international economic system, role of and priorities for international trade, investment, sustainable development, climate change, among others.
The Group coordinates its policy and negotiating positions on a fair and equitable international economic order, facilitation of international trade, reduction in and eventual elimination of trade gap between the developed and developing countries, and accelerating the rate of economic growth of the developing world.
Pakistan has chaired the Geneva Chapter of Group of 77 and China several times, most recently in 2018.
Within the G-77, Pakistan has worked as Coordinator of the Asia-Pacific Group in 2018 and 2020.
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