Today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce released an important report that reviews the front-and-centre issues that will be discussed at the G20 summit in Toronto on June 26 and 27, 2010.
When the G20 leaders meet, they are expected to tackle an ambitious agenda that includes: mapping out a strategy for countries to withdraw enormous economic stimulus, finding a way forward on resolving global imbalances, pressing for an open and rules-based trading regime, and strengthening the global financial regulatory system.
“This summit is an opportunity for Canadian leadership,” says Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. “Toronto gives Prime Minister Harper an opportunity to promote Canadian values and present solutions that serve our own interests and the global community’s in a balanced way.”
Click here to download the report.
This is the latest installment in the Economic Policy Series by Tina Kremmidas, Chief Economist of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.