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Creating a more collaborative Asian leadership for the G20

November 10, 2010

TORONTO, ON — On the eve of the first G20 sum­mit to be host­ed by a Asian coun­try, lead­ing experts gath­ered in Shang­hai to eval­u­ate the prospects for col­lab­o­ra­tion and lead­er­ship by key Asian nations. The dis­cus­sions focused on the Seoul agen­da and the per­spec­tive of the summit’s Kore­an host, the per­spec­tives from the large emerg­ing mar­ket pow­ers, per­spec­tives from the tra­di­tion­al advanced coun­tries, oth­er Asian coun­tries includ­ing Sin­ga­pore and Viet­nam as well as the prospects for col­lab­o­ra­tion more broad­ly. The main obser­va­tions and rec­om­men­da­tions stem­ming from the con­fer­ence are now avail­able in the exec­u­tive sum­ma­ry avail­able from the G20 Infor­ma­tion Cen­tre web­site at <>.

The con­fer­ence was orga­nized by the Cen­tre for Inter­na­tion­al Gov­er­nance Inno­va­tion (CIGI), the Stan­ley Foun­da­tion, the Munk School of Glob­al Affairs at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Toron­to, the Lowy Insti­tute and the Shang­hai Insti­tutes for Inter­na­tion­al Stud­ies.


For more infor­ma­tion, please con­tact:
Alan Alexan­droff
Co-direc­tor, G20 Research Group
In Seoul Nov 8 to 13: +82–010-8659–9640
In Toron­to: +1–416-617‑9627