Although China stands at "a new starting point", it remains committed to deepening reforms in an all-round manner, pursuing an innovation-driven development strategy and green growth.
U.S. President Barack Obama is going to leave the White House and quite a few legacies, such as the Paris Climate Agreement, nuclear deal with Iran, and the reconciliation with Cuba, in four months. But he will also leave as many controversies behind.
Innovation has been selected by the Chinese Presidency as a key theme for the G20. This move provides a new impetus to policy actions around the world to revive the global economy and achieve strong, sustainable and balanced growth.
This has been a year of surprises in the financial world – and one of the most striking has been the shift in the agenda around green finance. Once seen as a niche activity, green finance is now shaping international policy and driving the allocation of billions of dollars in investment.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying has accused western media of a lack of professionalism in “making up news based on their own assumptions” about U.S. President Barack Obama’s arrival in Hangzhou for the G20 Summit.
The determination and joint leadership that China and the United States have demonstrated on the sidelines of the Group of 20 (G20) summit in fighting climate change have won widespread applause.
China's careful organization has maximized the efficiency of the meeting, with abundant results achieved. While world opinion was reserved about the role of the G20 platform in the future.
The impeachment against Brazil's former president Dilma Rousseff has finally succeeded. But the country is far from a route back to political stability and economic growth.
The Group of 20 (G20) summit in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang Province will help accelerate Africa's industrialization process and provide the continent with a wider platform to participate in global issues.
From the standpoint of the world’s poor, the G20 Summit that concludes on Monday, Sept. 5 in Hangzhou is especially significant. For the first time, this annual gathering of leaders of the world’s largest economies has made eradicating poverty and improving global health a top priority.