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Basic Facts About G20
- China, U.S. to Build Positive Ties
- IMF Creates New Credit Line, Streamlines Loan Conditions
Chinese President Calls for Concerted Efforts to Tide Over Crisis
Chinese President Hu Jintao on Thursday called on the international community to join hands to tide over the current global financial crisis at the second Group of 20 (G20) financial summit
- G20 Leaders Agree on Supervisory Body
- Global Markets Surge on G20 Optimism
- China Against Tax Haven Tag for Its SARs
- Currency Basket Can Replace US Dollar, Says UN Advisor
- Brown Says London Summit Results Will Shorten Recession
- G20 Agrees to Make Available Additional $850 Bln Through Global Financial institutions
- Obama Says G20 Summit Is Historical
- G20 Pledges $1.1 Trln to Revive World Economy
- Chinese, French Presidents Meet in London
- Chinese President Meets British Prime Minister
- Chinese, Russian Presidents Meet on Bilateral Ties, Economic Crisis
- France Says Not to Back 'Tibet Independence' in Any Form
- Big Push for Global Reserve Currency
A Message of Confidence
The G20 summit breathes fresh life into the weakening health of the world economy
- Information About the Other Three BRIC Countries
- The China Advantage
- Implementation First
- For the Common Good
- Playing the Role
- Crisis Management
- A Good Start
- Better Than Nothing
- China to Contribute More to Global Financial Crisis Relief
- Central Bank: China Will Continue to Buy U.S. Debt
- The Metamorphosis
- Capital Challenge
Expert's View more
- CRISIS FOCUS: A Leg up for China
- CRISIS FOCUS: The First Attempt
- Impact on Chinese Banks: Risky But Manageable
- 'Tripod' Monetary Structure
- Restructuring the IMF
- Forex Reserves to The Rescue
- Re-employment Is Crucial
- The Next Blows?
- Lessons From the Crisis
- Why China Is Confident
- 'Panda Bonds' Might Help
- Crisis vs. Crisistunity
Liu Mingkang
Zhang Ming
Yi Xianrong
Zuo Xiaolei
Du Yang
Tao Dong
Vinod Thomas
Chen Huai
First Ladies in G20 London
Queen Elizabeth II Receives G20 Leaders
G20 Protesters
G20 Protesters Take to the Streets of London
Chinese, U.S. Presidents Meet in London
- China 'Should Not Be Burdened Too Much'
- Big Push for Global Reserve Currency
- Will London G20 Make a Difference?
- 'Reform International Monetary System Faster'
- Reduce Savings Ratio
- US 'Has to Clean up Dollar Sess'
- China's Intellectual Input Important
Major Economic, Financial Crises Since 1929
The leaders of the Group of 20 nations are scheduled to hold talks in London on Thursday on measures to tackle the current financial crisis and rescue the global economy. The following are the major crises that have afflicted the world economy since 1929
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- What is the G-20
- Origins
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