World's pending questions in 2010

09:32, December 31, 2009      

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As the world is entering a new year, people can predict upcoming hotspot issues by looking into current pending questions, which may lead the directions of the world development in year 2010.


Chinese President Hu Jintao (R5 Front) poses for photos with other participants during the Group of 20 (G20) Financial Summit in Pittsburgh of the U.S., Sept. 25, 2009. (Xinhua Photo)

In June and November next year, the Group of Twenty (G20) is to hold summits respectively in Toronto, Canada, and Seoul, South Korea. Is it prepared to expand its influence to cover the fields of international politics and security?

The G20 accounts for 90 percent of the global GDP, 80 percent of the international trade volume, and two thirds of the world population. It was confirmed as the main platform for addressing world economic issues at the Pittsburgh summit in September in the United States.

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak has stated that not only economic issues, but those of energy, resources, climate change, foods and poverty, are to be discussed at future G20 summits. He believes that the G20 has become the center of the world system after the financial crisis, and is the supreme body of collaboration for sustainable and balanced growth.

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