Ahead of the Group of 20 summit of the world's largest economies in Russia, China Daily interviewed four economists for their views about the t risks lie ahead and how can the BRICS nations coordinate efforts to deal with the potential impact.
Editor's note: As policymakers of the G20 nations meet on Thursday in the Russian city of St. Petersburg for the eighth time, one issue that cannot be ignored will be the growth of China, the world's second-largest economy. Given its growing economic clout and considering its contribution to the global economy, it is necessary to have a closer look at how the Chinese economy will impact other major economies and how it will evolve. China Daily interviewed three economists for their views.
The Group of 20 summit, which has played a vital role in stabilizing the world economy since the onset of the global financial crisis, needs to transform from crisis-response mode to crisis-prevention mode, said a US expert on Tuesday.
Policymakers of the Group of Twenty (G20) nations will meet this week in the Russian city of St. Petersburg for the eighth time to take the pulse of the global economy and strive to prescribe a remedy.