Group of 20 Hangzhou Summit: What did they decide?
On September 4-5, 2016, Heads of State of the Group of 20 –the premier forum for international economic cooperation for the largest economies of the world -- held their yearly Summit, this year under the Presidency of China, in the city of Hangzhou (China). Meeting amidst rising concerns about the continuing malaise in the global economy, inequality and growing signs of discontent with globalization, the Summit released and endorsed more than 20 initiatives and Action Plans. Issues discussed included the reform of the international monetary system, financial regulation and green finance, structural reform, infrastructure finance, industrialization and the G20’s contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals.
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