G20 watch

LATEST: Argentina will hold presidential elections in October and should record a recession in 2015.
LATEST: The rise in investment, manufacturing and trade around the world is expected to boost exports and growth in Asean economies.
LATEST: Turbo diesel-powered vehicles sold in Europe and Australia will be dropped altogether around fiscal year 2020 to focus on electrification.
LATEST: Brazil and other emerging countries will drive global energy consumption to nearly double by 2040.
LATEST: Growing fashion consciousness among consumers towards footwear products and increasing purchasing power of youth population are expected to boost the demand for footwear in the major countries of N...
LATEST: The United States has been negotiating a bilateral investment treaty with China since 2008 and may conclude negotiations in 2017, so China will not need to comply with TPP investment provisions.
LATEST: A full assessment of the short-term implications of leaving the EU will be published in a further government document.
LATEST: The UK will have the fastest growing population of any major country in Europe.
LATEST: The military robot market in Europe is projected to grow significantly during the forecast period (2015 to 2020).
LATEST: Global rice production is expected to decline marginally (from 478 to 470 million tons) on weakening output prospects in Asia.
LATEST: In Southeast Asia, Indonesia accounts for the greatest increase in new area as palm oil area is projected to increase.
LATEST: Demand for building materials is expected to be stable overall in Italy, France and Belgium.
LATEST: North Korea's launch of a missile over Japan in the early hours of Tuesday rattled financial markets and could start to weigh on Japan's consumer sentiment if the stand-off over its nuclear program...
LATEST: Mexico's corn imports decreased in 2015/16 to 10.5 million tons and are projected to rise from 10.9 million tons in 2016/17 to 13.8 million tons in 2025/26.
LATEST: The complex relationship between the United States and Russia will continue to shape the region's social, economic, political and environmental issues far into the future.
LATEST: The turn to nuclear power by Saudi Arabia raises the risk of a nuclear arms race in the most unstable part of the world.
LATEST: Local elections in South Africa this year could see the ruling African National Congress lose control of key cities like Johannesburg and Pretoria for the first time.
LATEST: South Korea and Japan will remain hotspots for smart grid investments.
LATEST: China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the U.S. and the UK will register lackluster growth.
LATEST: EU leaders will be unlikely to treat the UK as an honest broker in any approaches to Washington.
LATEST: Agricultural investment and rural development Increasing aggregate investment is expected to increase growth.

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