Chinese President arrives for G20 summit, welcomed by Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan in the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya.
Leaders of the G20 members are meeting to discuss ways to better fulfill the group’s mandate of promoting strong, balanced and sustainable growth.
Seven years after the global financial meltdown, there is still little sign that the world economy is on the right track back to strong recovery. Growth is not picking up, trade is weak, and investment is slowing down. Some experts cautioned that a recession is imminent.
As the two-day summit convenes, the G20 leaders are expected to discuss key economic topics, including inclusive growth, employment and investment, as well as financial regulation.
President Xi, helmsman of the world’s second-largest economy, is expected to share his views on boosting the sluggish global growth and enhancing global economic governance.