G20 must adapt to new global reality, The next decade of finance
Commentary: G20 must adapt to new global reality
By OMFIF Editors
In anticipation of the 14th G20 summit on 28-29 June, to be hosted in Osaka by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, OMFIF US Chairman Mark Sobel asked a group of policy experts from around the world to answer questions about the efficacy and future of the G20. In the first of two articles, the group responded to this question posed by Sobel: ‘Many say the G20 has become a humdrum, low key affair that is not accomplishing much and is failing the global economic and financial system. What do you think?.
Read the full conversation on the website.
Meeting: The next decade of finance
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