G20 watch

LATEST: Brazil's soybean-crushing capacity is expected to expand at a slower rate due to strong competition from Argentina in the international soybean meal market.
LATEST: Powers like China will continue to circumscribe the space in which ASEAN enjoys the autonomy to formulate the direction of its region in security terms.
LATEST: Australia's economy was forecast to grow a mere 0.7 per cent by the year 2030.
LATEST: Technavio's analysts forecast the express delivery market in Brazil to grow at a CAGR of 3.63% during the period 2016-2020.
LATEST: The US and the EU are forecast to remain the main markets for Canadian dry beans.
LATEST: China will account for nearly two-thirds of global oil consumption growth.
LATEST: London thrives on the competition and diversity of ideas that is under threat from the EU.
LATEST: The likely source of Bluetongue introduction to the UK will be infected midges coming across the channel from France.
LATEST: The digital evolution of production is just starting and "Industry 4.0" will bring Taiwan manufacturing's productivity, flexibility and competitiveness to the next level.
LATEST: Car ownership in India is currently 14 per 1000 people and is expected grow significantly with new low cost cars coming onto the market.
LATEST: Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines began joint naval patrols in their region Monday as threats from extremist groups increase.
LATEST: France and Italy will enjoy a second year of decline with -3% and -8% in insolvencies.
LATEST: "All countries could reach a life expectancy of at least eighty-nine by 2050" even though the UN only projects eighty-seven for Japan.
LATEST: The more mature manufacturing economies of North America and Western Europe are also forecast to post gasket and seal demand increases through 2019, although growth will not be as strong as that ex...
LATEST: The United States will frantically work with China and Russia to contain North Korea from conducting further attacks and to avoid the use of nuclear weapons.
LATEST: Average fuel consumption per vehicle in the Middle East is projected to remain the highest in the world in 2025.
LATEST: Natural gas could unlock new industries in South Africa that add R250bn to gross domestic product and create 300,000 jobs by 2030.
LATEST: China will eventually have enough IP to drive its own prosperity by exporting higher valued-added goods and transforming into a higher-wage economy.
LATEST: China, the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia and Turkey will register lacklustre growth rates in 2016.
LATEST: The UK is not expected to trigger official divorce proceedings from the EU, which are due to last two years, until early 2017.
LATEST: Any disruption in economic activity between China and the United States will necessarily affect other Asian economies.

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