India to play vital role at G20, considers revival of multilateralism in the trade sector

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Consequently, since the past few years, G20 has been rambled around the criticism. Group of 20 (G20) has been questioned in the past few years with also criticism. It has been merely rambled around the challenges to the economy of world.

Though, G20 tried to remain focused and relevant to the sensitive issue of global economic growth and its development, but once again on the event of G20 summit 2019, in Argentina’s Buenos Aires, it is facing such challenges and is being questioned over its relevance to deal with the global economy growth and development challenges.

In fact, G20 is in fear of facing risk of being degraded to G2 i.e., a summit meeting between United States President Donald Trump and President of China Xi Jinping.

However, international media is now more focused on Trump’s meeting with XI Jinping, Trump-Salman meeting and Trump-Putin meeting, rather than future infrastructure for development and future of work and also development of sustainable food future.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could now play a vital role in G20 summit by inviting all international trade policy issues and should ask to raise the discussion over the issues of US-China trade war. Modi could let top 20 leaders to consider US-China trade war as a matter of impact on developing countries. India needs to speak for global development at G20.

India should raise a serious agenda as a message at G20, to consider revival of multilateralism in the world trade, which could enable lot of employment in the world.


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