The US and China have what may be their last chance to broker a trade war ceasefire.
US and China have put tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of each other’s goods.
Agriculture ministers from G20 countries criticized protectionism in a joint statement.
The term “currency war” is coming back in vogue and has become a new issue on the international arena. Last week US President Donald Trump publicly accused China of manipulating its currency.
Global finance leaders call for stepped-up dialogue to prevent trade tensions.
The global economy will see its strongest growth in seven years in 2018.
Aside from an unconvincing nod to humanitarianism, Mr Trump’s only rationale for deploying US military capabilities seems to have been that Mr Obama did not respond to Assad.
President Donald Trump’s relationship with Emmanuel Macron was off to an awkward start, with a jaw-clenching handshake at a summit in Brussels before the French president rebuked the US leader for his stance on climate change.
This G20 summit, of course, was the first with Donald Trump as US President. The summit’s discordant tones, echoed in the stormy sections of Beethoven’s symphony, emanated entirely from the United States.
US President Donald Trump must be giddy: on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, he finally met his Russian counterpart and strongman-hero Vladimir Putin.
World leaders are being greeted with fury by anti-capitalist protesters at the G20 summit.
The European Union and Japan reach broad political agreement on a historic free trade deal.
Donald Trump’s approach to trade has the potential to ignite a trade war.
The G20 has developed a voluntary framework for companies to disclose the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities.