In 2018, the 10th anniversary of the international financial crisis. The Wall Street storm has not yet gone, and the world economy has suffered from the headwinds of protectionism and unilateralism. Where is the global economic governance going? From November 30th to December 1st, the leaders of the G20 will gather in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires to discuss the theme of “consensus for fairness and sustainable development”. Development, leading the international economic cooperation under the new situation to break through the fog.
Still remember from the West Lake in 2016, the G20 leaders focused on “building a world economy of innovation, vitality, linkage and tolerance” in Hangzhou, and laid out a long-term plan for the world economy to further release its growth potential. In 2017, the Hamburg Summit “Shaping the Linkage World” pursued the footsteps of the Hangzhou Summit and continued the Hangzhou consensus on long-term, comprehensive policy, openness and inclusive development. This year coincides with the 10th anniversary of the launch of the G20 Leaders Summit Mechanism. China's wisdom and China programs will continue to contribute to the improvement of global economic governance.