Chinese President Hu Jintao laid out on Sunday a three-point proposal for promoting a strong, sustainable and balanced global economic growth, calling for joint efforts of the international community for global economic recovery.
• G20 summit concludes with firm fiscal targets
G20 summit concludes with firm fiscal targets
The fourth Group of 20 (G20) summit concluded in Toronto on Sunday afternoon after leaders of major economies agreed on a set of targets of fiscal consolidation and measures to ensure a strong, sustainable and balanced growth.
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- IMF urged to complete quota reform by mid Nov
- Advanced economies agree to fiscal consolidation deadlines
- Currency reform 'our own affair'
- Chinese vice premier meets U.S. treasury secretary
- G20 Seoul Summit to implement previous agreements
- G20 leaders meet with youth delegates
- Hu urges to help developing countries
BackgrounderInvited by the Canadian Governor-General Michaelle Jean and Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Chinese President Hu Jintao will pay a state visit to Canada from June 23-27 and attend the fourth Group of 20 (G20) summit to be held in Toronto.
- What is the G20
- G20 membership / chair
- 2010 G20 events
Host city of 4th G20 summit
- Towards new financial order
- Bumpy road ahead for global economic recovery
- Rhetoric threatens to outweigh reality at G20 events
- Fiscal challenge
- Tuning discordant voices, a challenge for U.S., EU
- How far will G8 manage to go?
- G20 highlights superiority of China's economy
- Time for G20 to seize its potential
- China draws world's attention ahead of G20 summit
- Policy coordination to be key challenge at G20 summit
- G20 summit, keep it or scrap it?
- US ready for G20, Europe divided
- Chinese president's Canada visit to boost ties
- Developing countries to play pivotal role at G20 Summit
- Important mission