A man walks between advertisements for the G20 summit at the International Exhibition Centre in Osaka, Japan, on May 31. Photo: AP
Chris Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Chris Rowley

With globalisation under threat, G20 leaders must consider three factors to prevent the summit from becoming Groundhog Day

  • Leaders of the world’s largest advanced and emerging economies must remember that globalisation is not inevitable and can be reversed, that there are many forms of capitalism and that the centre of gravity is shifting to Asia

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A man walks between advertisements for the G20 summit at the International Exhibition Centre in Osaka, Japan, on May 31. Photo: AP
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