Hu Visits Canada, Attends G20 Summit

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Hu in Canada for state visit, G20 meeting

President Hu Jintao left Beijing on Wednesday afternoon for a short state visit to Canada and is also scheduled to attend the G20 meeting in Toronto from June 26 to 27 and join others in pushing for global economic recovery and financial reform.

About G20

What is the G20

The Group of Twenty (G20) Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors was established in 1999 to bring together systemically important industrialized and developing economies to discuss key issues in the global economy.

Key Topics

G20 leaders voice support on deficit cut

Leaders of the United States, Britain, France and Canada on Sunday voiced almost unanimous support to the targets set by the Group of 20 (G20) on advanced economies' debt size, and said they had plans to meet these targets.

Focus on China

Highlights of Hu's activities in Toronto

Chinese President Hu Jintao left Toronto, the largest city of Canada, on Sunday for home after attending a Group of 20 (G20) summit, which aimed to secure global economic recovery and address economic challenges and risks.

Global Action

G20 to refrain barriers to investment and trade

The G20 countries would renew their commitment to refrain from raising barriers or imposing new barriers to investment or trade in goods and services for a further three year, until the end of 2013.

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