Finance Ministers, Central Bank Presidents Meets at G20 Summit, Argentina
Buenos Aires – The first meeting of finance ministers and presidents of central banks of the G20 took place in Argentina from Monday 19th and Tuesday, March 20th, at the Convention and Exhibition Center (CEC) of Buenos Aires.
22 finance ministers, 17 presidents of Central Banks and 10 holders of international organizations, covering key issues for the global economy attended the G20 Summit. Among them are the international financial architecture, the overall tax system and financial regulations, all issues that are part of the G20 discussions for years. Other issues such as the future of work and infrastructure development, arising from Argentina raised the priorities for this year.
Minister of Finance and the Argentine Central Bank president stressed the similarities of the importance of international trade, the need to follow up on the criptomonedas and tax challenges of the digital economy.