Gordon Brown invites poor countries to G-20 summit

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British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has invited the heads of several international organisations to the next G20 summit, which is to take place in April at the British Capital, London, Easy Bourse reported. Among those invited is the African Union. According to Gordon Brown, having a representation of some of the world’s poor countries through Nepad, the African Union as well as a representation of Asian countries will help make sure that their voices are heard and their interests not forgotten.

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