Among the numerous agendas of September’s G20 Hangzhou Summit, governance is the one that needs most to achieve breakthroughs. By including “interconnection” in the four key words of the theme, the summit aims at providing workable proposals to global governance.
As the G20 Summit approaches, the world’s attention is turning to China, which contributes 25 percent of global economic growthand possesses the world’s second largest economy.
Policy watchers worldwide are looking to the Group of 20 (G20) summit, to be held in China's eastern city of Hangzhou in early September, to work out ways to get global economy back on track.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on an eight-day official visit to China, during which he will be seeking to reset a "critical" relationship that was often bumpy during his predecessor's tenure.
The G20 will make substantial contributions, creating conditions to stabilize the complex world economy and achieve overall sustainable growth, said Andrey Ivanovich Denisov.
The 11th G20 Summit kicking off on September 4 in Hangzhou will help revive the world economy, read a commentary published on People’s Daily under the byline of Guo Jiping ahead of the summit.
In school no student should be forced to perceive disadvantage for not being able to afford an electronic gadget or a designer school bag.
When Japanese Prime Minister committed $30 billion to African infrastructure development, it was with the intention of competing with China for influence there.
To promote innovation-driven growth for the global economy, the upcoming G20 summit needs to coordinate national efforts and share best practices, a foreign policy expert told Xinhua in a recent interview.
The world expects realistic decisions and clear messages which could help stabilize the global economic and geopolitical environment, said a Lithuanian expert on Tuesday.