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President Hu attends G20 London Summit
President Hu calls for concerted efforts to tide over crisis at G20 London summit
Chinese President Hu Jintao on Thursday called on the international community to join hands to tide over the current global financial crisis at the second Group of 20 (G20) financial summit here.
·Chinese president says reform should be advanced to build fair, just financial order
·Chinese president calls for opposing protectionism
·G20 leaders hammer out massive plan to tackle financial crisis
  Hu's attendance to G20 Summit
• Chinese president leaves Britain after London summit
• Chinese president puts forward five-point proposal on China-Japan relations
• Chinese president addresses G20 summit, meets leaders of Australia, Japan, Brazil, Britain
• Chinese president meets Australian PM on bilateral ties, tackling global challenges
• China to strengthen cooperation with Brazil to fight crisis

  China's voice
• Chinese artist exhibits G20 leaders' portraits in Beijing, London
• Zhou Xiaochuan: Changing Pro-cyclicality for Financial and Economic Stability
• Zhou Xiaochuan: On Savings Ratio
• Zhou Xiaochuan: Reform the International Monetary System
• Chinese central bank governor calls for financial reforms

  China's efforts amid worldwide downturn
• World pays greater attention to China's role: U.S. expert
• Sino-U.S. strategic and economic dialogues to merge
• Analysis: At G20, China finds way to raise stature in world finance
• FM: Hu's proposals play important, constructive role at G20 summit
• China cooperating in tackling financial crisis

  Global action to tackle crisis
• G20 summit sends positive signals to world economy
• Finance minister: New Zealand to benefit from G20 deal
• Obama satisfied with G20 summit outcome
• Spain to contribute $5.2 billion to G20 fund
• UN chief hails G20 commitment to resist protectionism

  Opinions & comments
• Commentary: Actions better than words
• Ecuadorian president hails G20 agreement as "important"
• Analysis: At G20, China finds way to raise stature in world finance
• G20 summit sends positive signals to world economy
• China to contribute to global economic recovery
• Booster for recovery of economy (international forum)

  Focus on financial reform & protectionism
• Yuan may be included in basket of SDRs: Russian expert
• Commerce Minister: China opposes protectionism, supports cooperation to fight crisis
• London summit sends positive signals to world economy
• Consensus reached on wide range of issues at G20 Summit
• Chinese president says reform should be advanced to build fair, just financial order



The G-20 (more formally, the Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors) is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 20 economies: 19 of the world's largest national economies, plus the European Union (EU). It also met once at heads-of- government level, in Nov. 2008. Collectively, the G-20 economies comprise 85% of global gross national product, 80% of world trade (including EU intra-trade) and two-thirds of the world population.
G20 Nations
• Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.
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