August is a good month (at least in Europe!) to catch up and read those reports you never have time to read during the rest of the year… Here is a short selection from the reports published in July concerning the digital economy for those who are on holidays or for those who wish to [...]Read more
As you all know, the Business 20 (B20) Australia Summit was held on the past 17-18 July, in Sydney. Here are some outcomes of this meeting: More than 350 business leaders from G20 nations attended to the summit in Sydney to deliver the main recommendations from the business representatives to the G20 Leaders. The motto [...]Read more
This year, Australia holds the G20 Presidency after Russia, who assumed last year´s G20 Presidency. Like in previous years, Australia has also established a B20, chaired by Richard Goyder AO, Managing Director and CEO of Wesfarmers. The B20 leads engagement with G20 governments on behalf of the international business community. As you all know, the [...]Read more
On 1st December, Russia took over the G20 Presidency, after the Mexican G20 presidency. For the launch, President Putin announced that the main focus of this presidency will be how to stimulate growth and create jobs through 3 main priorities (quality jobs and investment, trust and transparency and effective regulation) and 8 main areas of [...]Read more
This week end, most relevant economies worldwide have an appointment in Los Cabos, in South California as this year Mexico is holding the G-20 Presidency.
Parallel to this major event, there will be another meeting of most relevant business representatives, the B-20, that will present their recommendations to the G-20 representatives.
This year, the President of the French Republic, Nicolas Sarkozy has asked the French business confederation, MEDEF, to organise the B20 Summit for 2011, just before the G20 Summit, one of the most relevant economic and financial forum. The B20 Summit 2011 will take place today and tomorrow in Cannes, with one day concomitantly with the G20 Heads of State and Government’s Summit 2011.Read more