“I want to draw your attention to growth and social inclusion,” said Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan, who was hosting the Group of Seven (G7) Ministerial Meeting on Finance in Bari, Italy, on May 11-13.

“They have become a key topic of the G7 and G20,” added the Italian minister. “Growth cannot happen without social inclusion.”

Italy is at the G7 table because of its very hectic growth and Germany because of its great trade surplus, as finance minister Wolfgang Schauble is expec...


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