14th G7 summit

14th G7 summit

The 14th G7 Summit was held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada between June 19 and 21, 1988 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Unlike the first and low key summit in 1981 at Montebello, Quebec, the Toronto summit was held under tight security with involvement of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Metro Toronto Police. Canada was the first member of the G7/G8 to host both this kind of Summit and an Olympic Games in the same calendar year. In February, Calgary, Alberta, hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics.

Leaders at the summit

*flagicon|Canada Canada - Prime Minister Brian Mulroney
*flagicon|France France - President François Mitterrand
*flagicon|Germany West Germany - Chancellor Helmut Kohl
*flagicon|Italy Italy - Prime Minister Ciriaco de Mita
*flagicon|Japan Japan - Prime Minister Noboru Takeshita
*flagicon|United Kingdom United Kingdom - Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
*flagicon|USA United States - President Ronald Reagan


* International Economic Policy Cooperation
* Multilateral Trading System / Uruguay Round
* Newly Industrialized Economies
* Developing Countries and Debt
* Environment
* Future Summits
* Other Issues
* Annex on Structural Reform


ee also

* G8

External links

* G8 Research Group: [http://www.g8.utoronto.ca G8 Information Centre] ,University of Toronto
* Official G8 website:

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