Sommet du G20 à Cannes, France

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Lors du sommet du G20 à Cannes, en France, la crise financière européenne a éclipsé plusieurs initiatives majeures, mais la plus importante a survécu : ce G20 a été un moment clé pour la taxe Robin des bois, comme moyen de financement du développement, et pour la reconnaissance de la nécessité de trouver des sources nouvelles de financement pour combattre le changement climatique.

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    Learn more atwww.oxfam.org

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    Oxfam activists as G20 leaders pose with Robin Hood

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    Oxfam activists as G20 leaders pose with Robin Hood

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