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News Government General
August 17, 2020  

$16.5M settlement in class action over mass arrests at 2010 G20 summit

Those arrested will each be entitled to compensation between $5,000 and $24,700, depending on their experiences.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
May 7, 2020  

Coronavirus is changing the rules on foreign investment in essential areas

Pandemic adds new dimensions to concerns that will have global ramifications for FDI and trade flows.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 26, 2020  

G20 leaders to meet virtually to co-ordinate virus response

Meeting comes amid criticism the world’s wealthiest countries are not doing enough to combat the virus or its economic impact globally.

News Government Manufacturing Sustainability
November 11, 2019  

Canada among G20 countries least likely to hit emissions targets

Climate Transparency report says Canada, South Korea and Australia are the farthest from meeting targets to cut emissions.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 11, 2019  

How Canada’s climate plan compares to other G20 members

Facts about Climate Transparency’s 2019 report card on Canada’s efforts.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 2, 2019  

At G20, Trudeau highlights plight of Canadians in China, but details scarce

PMO said Canada received “broad” support from its European partners on the matter.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 27, 2019  

In Japan, Trump begins talks on trade, Iran, North Korea

The summit will be a test of both Trump’s go-it-alone style.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 27, 2019  

Trudeau seeks support from allies at G20 amid China-Canada tensions

Chinese have refused to talk to senior Canadian government officials.

News Food & Beverage Government Manufacturing General
May 15, 2019  

Bibeau presses Chinese counterpart on canola ban at G20

Follows Canada at a major WTO meeting to demand China deliver proof that Canadian canola is contaminated.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 3, 2018  

A look at what happened at the G20 summit in Argentina

Trump dug in his heels on climate change and language referencing protectionism.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 15, 2018  

China says talks with US on trade battle have resumed

Xi and Trump are due to meet this month at a gathering of the Group of 20 major economies in Argentina.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 15, 2018  

No G20 member has climate plan that meets Paris targets: report

Climate Transparency analysis says each Canadian produces nearly three times the G20 average of eight tonnes of GHGs per person.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 23, 2018  

G20 calls for more dialogue on rising trade tensions

Global economy remains strong, but growth is becoming less synchronized.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 10, 2017  

Trump on board for anti protectionist measures at G20, not climate change

Merkel pushes for US president to be isolated as the only holdout on Paris Accord.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 20, 2017  

Germany’s Merkel vows not to give up on US free trade deal

To host G20, seeking as broad an agreement as possible on the advantages of open markets, free and fair world trade.

News Government Manufacturing Sustainability
June 13, 2017  

Canada won’t renegotiate Paris or keep it from G20 to placate Trump: Liberals

G7 environment ministers pledge the Paris climate accord is the “irreversible” global tool to address climate change.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 16, 2017  

US to confront trade partners at global G20 finance meeting

Talk will focus on whether to commit to free trade or implicitly accept some protectionism.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 15, 2017  

Uncertainty about US intentions hangs over G20 finance ministers

Morneau, who has met with Trump officials, is expected to shed light on concerns about US fiscal and trade policy.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 6, 2016  

Britain’s PM May seeks out new trading relations post

HANGZHOU, China — British Prime Minister Theresa May said

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 6, 2016  

Protectionist views unlikely to creep into Canada: Trudeau

He believes Canadians broadly support positive engagement with the world.

News Manufacturing General
September 6, 2016  

China promises co-operation on steel at G20 global summit

HANGZHOU, China — China agreed to co-operate more closely

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 1, 2016  

G20 endorse trade but tighten controls

Governments are ratcheting up restraints on imports of steel and other goods.

News Government Manufacturing Economy
February 26, 2016  

G20 finance VIPs urge action on job-creating reforms

Many of the 800 commitments made in 2014 have yet to be carried out.

News Government Manufacturing Economy
April 17, 2015  

G-20 officials confronting global weakness, threats

Falling oil prices and potential market turmoil under review.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General
November 17, 2014  

G20 reveals growth plan to boost global GDP by $2 trillion

Jumpstart plan includes the creation of a global infrastructure hub.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations General
October 23, 2014  

Several G20 nations slacking on bribes rules

Anti corruption group credits Canada with “moderate” enforcement.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Production
December 13, 2013  

Taking care of business cross-border | PLANT

How OECD’s new guidelines will impact base erosion and profit splitting.

News Business Operations
April 22, 2013  

G20 finance officials decry lack of global growth

But remain split on best approach to stimulate global economy.

News Business Operations Operations
April 19, 2013  

IMF chief calls for more focus on growth, less on trimming

Lagarde warns about the dangers of overemphasizing deficit reduction.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
November 6, 2012  

Flaherty says US must avoid fiscal cliff that would lead to recession

Falling off the edge would have a greater impact on Canada than EU woes

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
June 15, 2012  

Canada’s technology sector gets a “C”

Alpha Exchange White Paper says Canada needs to pick up the pace.