President Xi Jinping arrived Brisbane, Australia on Friday to attend this year's Group of 20 Summit slated for Nov 15-16.
President Xi Jinping announced that China will host the G20 summit for the first time in 2016.
Australia’s cutest animal stole much of the limelight at the G20 summit over the weekend in subtropical Brisbane, when the host country launched a behind-the-scenes diplomatic offensive.
China has committed itself to more rigorous international standards by promising to release its oil reserves in a more comprehensive manner.
President Xi Jinping met with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker here Sunday, calling for deepening cooperation between China and the European Union (EU).
Chinese President Xi Jinping raised four proposals for strengthening the world economy's anti-risk capacity during the Group of Twenty (G20) Summit here on Sunday.
G20 leaders on Sunday stressed the need to strengthen global institutions to raise global growth and deliver quality jobs.
People around the world will be better off as a result of the cooperation and concrete plans delivered at this year's G20 leaders summit, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Sunday.
China will play host to the Group of Twenty (G20) Summit in 2016, the 20-member group said here on Sunday.
Strengthening the resilience of the global economy and stability of the financial system are crucial to sustaining growth and development, agreed G20 leaders on Sunday.
China will subscribe to the Special Data Dissemination Standard of the IMF and support the G20 in establishing a global infrastructure center.
Economic growth, infrastructure investment and stopping tax avoidance by multinationals were the main themes on the first day of the G20 leaders summit in Brisbane on Saturday.