The 2020 G20 summit concluded yesterday, bringing to a close one of the organisation’s most important meetings since its inception in 1999.
The mandate of the organisation is to promote global economic co-operation. With its members totalling 80 per cent of the world’s economic output, what it discusses in its annual, two-day summits matters.
It is no surprise that this year’s meeting focused on the pandemic and post-Covid-19 global economic recovery. But what does such a recovery really mean?