G20 watch

LATEST: Argentina's exports are projected to be stable near 1.9 to 2.0 million tons per year.
LATEST: Internet of Things and other machine-to-machine devices will comprise the majority of all connected devices in Australia by 2020.
LATEST: A stronger outlook for Japan and India is nearly balanced by a weaker outlook in Brazil, China and South Korea, based on challenging conditions in Brazil.
LATEST: Canada could lose jobs to the U.S. if Trudeau imposes carbon pricing while Trump is moving in the opposite direction.
LATEST: Asia Pacific region will continue to see above average growth in emulsion polymer market demand throughout forecast period driven by strong growth in China and India.
LATEST: Competitive tendering will become the norm across the EU for awarding public service contracts.
LATEST: TTIP will further transfer national economic sovereignty to international institutions and threatens the likes of the film industry in France.
LATEST: Per capita defense expenditure is expected to reach increase from US$464.9 in 2016to US$473.4 by 2021 in Germany.
LATEST: In nominal terms, total imports have declined in India and Pakistan in 2014, while increasing at a modest rate in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
LATEST: Booming demand for high-protein, high-quality food for an increasingly urbanised and wealthy Indonesian population will mean stiff competition for Australia in that market.
LATEST: The strengthening of nationalists will have a direct knock-on effect on the most important economic challenges currently facing Europe.
LATEST: Developed smartphone markets are expected to see a decline in sales by unit over the next 5 years.
LATEST: Growth is expected to pick up in Mexico thanks to dividends from implementation of structural reforms and strengthening demand from the U.S. market.
LATEST: The U.S. remains by far the biggest arms merchant on the planet and outpaced its traditional rival Russia in the business of arming states against internal and external security threats.
LATEST: While Saudia Arabia has succeeded in forcing major producers to postpone investment decisions, which will slow the rate of capacity growth for some years, newer shale gas and oil capacity won't...
LATEST: Overall EH expects inflation in South Africa will average around 6% in 2016 and end the year at 6.5%.
LATEST: By 2025 the total cost of manufacturing labor is projected to fall between 18 and 33 percent in countries which already deploy industrial robots.
LATEST: China, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the U.S. and the UK will register lackluster growth.
UK
LATEST: The UK will continue to participate in all EU decision-making (except in relation to the actual withdrawal agreement).
USA
LATEST: America will try to stifle China's future economic growth and note that the United States outspends China on the military by more than 2 - to-1 ($596 billion to $215 billion, in 2015).

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