The G20 Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy is held every year to discuss the critical issues affecting the global economy.
Global Dialogue participants / contributors
The Global Dialogue on Trade mobilises a range of multilateral organisations and agencies from around the world to actively engage in global consultations.
As experienced users of the multilateral trading system businesses worldwide have a vested interest in shaping the future of trade.
The Global Dialogue on Trade brings the unique expertise of think tanks and academic institutions to the debate.
Forthcoming interactions between Global Dialogue and intergovernmental processes.
On the 28th and 29th of June 2019, the leaders of the G20 will gather in Osaka as Japan hosts its first ever G20 Summit.
The focus of the Review is on overcoming the obstacles that developing countries face in participating in global trade – supply side issues, soft and hard trade infrastructure, access to finance etc.
In the midst of a trade war between the United States and China, the WTO, criticized from all sides, is overwhelmed by the new challenges of world trade.
Germany’s Heiko Maas and Jean-Yves Le Drian have unveiled plans for an “Alliance for Multilateralism.”
As the old adage goes, any publicity is good publicity. But with the headlines of late, the World Trade Organization (WTO) may have had enough.