G20 watch

LATEST: South American exports for Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay are forecast to be 2.67 billion bushels for 2016-17.
LATEST: A rise in oil prices will tend to increase Australia's terms of trade because the price of LNG is linked to the price of oil.
LATEST: A further deterioration of the situation in Brazil could lead to a sudden repricing of regional assets.
LATEST: Canada is going to potentially be the world's largest food producer in 20-25 years as a result of climate change.
LATEST: Asia Pacific is expected to show high growth potential for content analytics market due to rapid digitalization in countries such as Japan, China, Korea.
LATEST: International businesses could shift as many as 100,000 jobs away from London within two years of the UK officially starting a process to leave the EU because they risk losing their passporting rig...
LATEST: The United Kingdom's decision to withdraw from the European Union could well reinforce its bilateral defense ties with France.
LATEST: Sweden's border controls are already beginning to have a domino effect, with the Danes having stepped up their own controls at the German border.
LATEST: Both markets have now been in decline for three consecutive years and 2016 will likely extend that to four years as their economies continue to contract.
LATEST: India and Indonesia will help fuel a large share of the shipments growth within the global smartphone market over the next few years.
LATEST: Chinese consumers will be able to use Alipay in the U.K., Germany, France and Italy to begin with starting in the summer.
LATEST: The IMF predicts the UK's gross domestic product (GDP) will grow by 1.8 percent this year ahead of the US, Germany and Japan.
LATEST: An impressive 600 megawatts of solar PV capacity are expected to be installed in Mexico in 2016.
LATEST: Nuclear market growth is increasingly confined to the Eastern regions of the world, including Russia, China, and India.
LATEST: Saudi Arabia will now only cooperate in a joint system of production cuts with states including Russia and Iran.
LATEST: By 2035, Israel could do away with operationally deployed nuclear weapons (keeping nuclear materials in storage under the IAEA safeguards, in a sense following the South African example).
LATEST: Canada, the US, South Korea, Japan and China are predicted to lead with the first, and fastest, 5G subscription uptake.
LATEST: Turkey and Saudi Arabia still have zero intention of sending ground troops into Syria.
LATEST: The UK and EU will continue to be affected by one another's climate and environment policies.
LATEST: The U.S. manufacturing sector could be on the mend after struggling for the past year with a strong dollar, weak global demand and plunging commodity prices.

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