Recapping China’s G20

A Conversation with Matt Goodman

The G20 came to a close on September 5, marking the end of China’s first time hosting the summit. Beijing used the opportunity to promote themes of development and inclusiveness by extending invitations well beyond the circle of G20 members. In hosting the G20, China further established its role in global economic governance, as representatives from 85% of the world’s economy met in Hangzhou to address issues of trade and globalization.

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