Editorial: China Can Contribute More in Global Affairs While Sticking to Domestic Development
Both cheer and fear were in evidence at this year’s annual Group of 20 summit when the curtains opened at the G-20 forum in Hamburg last week. Despite positive signs about global economic recovery, leaders offered divided opinion on a number of issues, posing fresh challenges for global governance. The G-20 summit itself is also undergoing a change in focus, shifting from economic and financial matters to a broader range of issues.
The Editor-in-Chief of Caixin Media.
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