GDP growth of G20 countries
IMF forecast of GPD growth in G20 countries in 2013
In 2013, Russia will hold the rotating presidency of the Group of 20. During its G20 year, Russia will focus on three main priorities it believes will enhance the economic potential of the G20 nations on the world stage. These are: growth through quality jobs and investment, growth through trust and transparency and growth through effective regulation. Meetings of ministers and other officials from G20 member nations will take place throughout the year, and the events will culminate in a summit of the G20 country leaders to be held in St. Petersburg on Sept. 5-6.
The Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom remembers the main events of the year and the forthcoming changes in Russia-UK relations
Under Russia’s leadership, the G20 achieved major agenda changes. The presidency passed to Australia on Dec. 1
A Russian-American tax information exchanges agreement must comply with international standards and guarantee an appropriate protection to Russian financial institutions, the Russian Foreign Ministry said
Security experts in Moscow say Russia already had countermeasures in place
EY's country managing partner on how Russia took 1st place among the G20 countries for coordinated business support and why it's easier to file taxes here than in the U.S.
G20 leaders failed to find common ground on the Syrian crisis in St. Petersburg last week, and made little progress resolving differences over national debt levels. Yet member countries did find one common enemy – offshore havens
Economist Pavel Vasiliadi describes how Russia has more options than most of its G20 peers in choosing to either save or spend its way out of the crisis
The G20 leaders are more eager to reach agreement on global economic issues than to overcome political deadlock over potential military reprisals against Syria
Positive attitudes toward the Russian Federation are concentrated in Africa and South-East Asia
Every week Voice of Russia hosts a discussion about the global events as they are seen from Moscow.
Russia to continue its support for Damascus, despite U.S. accusations
On Sept. 6, the G20’s agenda was mainly focused on Business20 and Labor20 recommendations presented at the summit in St. Petersburg
An agreement on working together to develop trade, which is to be adopted at the ministerial WTO conference, could mean payments at the border are cut in half on average, the director of the Economic Development Ministry's department said
Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists at the G20 summit that Russia is committed to a peaceful resolution of the Syrian crisis, commenting on Pope Francis’s letter to Vladimir Putin to abandon the “futile pursuit” of a military solution
G20 leaders are determined to reduce debt and promote financial consolidation
In 2013, Russia holds the rotating presidency of the Group of 20. During its G20 year, Russia will focus on three main priorities it believes will enhance the economic potential of the G20 nations on the world stage. These are: growth through quality jobs and investment, growth through trust and transparency and growth through effective regulation. Meetings of ministers and other officials from G20 member nations take place throughout the year.
President Vladimir Putin after a working dinner with G20 leaders and a light show in Peterhof had a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron Thursday night
Conditions need to be created to improve the global economic situation, President Vladimir Putin said
The Constantine Palace has been once again called into service as the setting of a major international meeting
At a session of the G20 on Sept. 5, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov announced that Russia will implement courses on financial education in the school curriculum as a part of a national strategy to increase financial literacy