Latest G20 News

HMAS Sirius takes a final bow
Australian federal budget falls flat in tackling inequality: Oxfam
Delivering a reliable and renewable future, Made in Australia
Australia and Indonesia co-hosting annual meeting of international clean energy collaboration forums
Australian Prime Minister Television interview – Today Show
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 6 May 2024
OECD Ministerial Council Statement and Outcomes
Ministers welcome adoption of Roadmap for accession discussions with Argentina
Global Report on Food Crises: Acute hunger remains persistently high in 59 countries with 1 in 5 people assessed in need of…
Report Highlights Benefits and Challenges of Interlinking Fast Payment Systems for Cross-border Payments
Many Australians face losing their homes right now. Here’s how the government should help
Australia Extends Tariff Relief For Ukraine
Australia Climbs To Second In Budget Management Ranking
G20, IMF And World Bank Meetings In US
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 8 April 2024
G20 GDP Growth – Fourth quarter of 2023, OECD
Reflections On Paris Buildings And Climate Forum
Book launch of ‘The Shortest History of Economics’ by Andrew Leigh, Brisbane
Grattan on Friday: Treasurer Jim Chalmers prepares a new ‘growth’ script for his third budget
Senator Hon Katy Gallagher TV Interview – Sunrise
National Accounts – December Quarter 2023
Address to CEO Forum, 2024 ASEAN-Australia Special Summit
Australia Must Support Global Billionaires’ Tax
Investor scrutiny ramps up for businesses to deliver on energy transition strategies
Less than 8 cents in every dollar of tax revenue collected in G20 countries comes from taxes on wealth, says Oxfam
G20 Meeting In South America
Human Rights Council Opens Fifty-Fifth Regular Session and Holds Minute of Silence in Memory of All Victims of Human Rights Violations Worldwide
International trade statistics: trends in fourth quarter 2023
G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting 2024
Director-General reaffirms FAO’s commitment to support G20 Brazilian Presidency, urges action on food security and climate
As Mounting Climate Chaos, Food Crisis Undermine International Peace, Secretary-General Tell Security Council It Must ‘Act Now’ to Resolve Conflicts, Protect People
Climate action in India’s Interim Union Budget
Consumer Prices, OECD – Updated: 7 February 2024
Growth continuing at a modest pace through 2025, inflation declining to central bank targets
Ten NSW Police employees recognised in Australia Day Honours list
HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP Attends “Winter Davos” 2024
Our year in review
Nearly three quarters of millionaires polled in G20 countries support higher taxes on wealth, over half think extreme wealth is a “threat to democracy”
HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP to attend “Winter Davos”
Ashok Leyland joins Climate Group’s RE100 initiative
Blue Dot Network
Trade Minister travels to India and Singapore to advance key relationships
Climate insights: Views from our experts on the COP28 UAE consensus
COP28: health is finally on the agenda – but there’s more to do as we face continued climate extremes
Australia signs tax treaty with Portugal
COP28 is global stocktake of climate change
As disasters and heat intensify, can the world meet the urgency of the moment at the COP28 climate talks?
Second Australia-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue, New Delhi