“There are a number of tremendous opportunities that can considerably contribute to a dynamic, robust, inclusive and sustainable world economy: Digitalization, energy transition, resource efficiency, further trade and investment liberalization to mention just a few. In order to make full use of their potential we need responsible cooperative and coordinated approaches at the global level. Here, the G20 needs to act.”, emphasized Dr Mildner.
She added: “The B20 is an integral part of the G20 process and of increasing importance to governments. The G20 benefits not only from the consolidated interested representation that allows to identify policies that can reach consensus in all member countries. Businesses also provide essential expertise, experience, knowledge, creativity, and implementation capacities that are crucial to finding the right solutions.”
“Based on the strong achievements of B20 China we will deepen recommendations on financial markets, taxes, infrastructure, SMEs, anti-corruption, trade and investment as well as employment and education. But we will also introduce new emphases such as resource efficiency, digitalization as well as energy and climate to push for the right forward-looking frameworks to be set by the G20.”, underlined Dr Mildner.