Baku. 3 September. REPORT.AZ/ Global business leaders will discuss world economy risks and their expectations from G-20 countries in a series of meetings in the capital city of Ankara on September 3-5, Report informs.
Labor and employment ministers of G-20 countries will hold a series of sessions September 3-4. Member states’ finance ministers and central bankers will seek solutions to recent economic problems at high-level meetings September 4-5.
Concerns about China’s economy and worries about the Greek financial crisis will be high on the minds of finance ministers and central banks when they meet.
IMF Director Christine Lagarde, Indian Central Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan and his Mexican and Turkish counterparts, Agustin Carstens and Erdem Başçı, will be among the speakers.
Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, the head of B-20 Turkey and the president of Turkey’s Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB), will also host the B-20 meetings that are planned to gather some 1,000 business people and representatives of the finance world from 60 countries.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan are scheduled to address the attendees.
The B-20 is a sideline organization to the G-20, which will be headed by Turkey this year.