During his stay in Washington and New York, he will hold meetings with American CEOs and institutional and pension fund investors, where he will pitch India as a favourable investment destination.
“At a time when governments must fight to restore the public’s faith in cross-border economic cooperation, blockchains can play a critical role in strengthening economic resilience while ensuring the global economy works to the benefit of all,” the G20 statement read.
Throughout his election campaign, Trump threatened to levy punitive tariffs against China in order to bring down the US trade deficit, and any formal declaration of China as a currency manipulator could provide a mechanism for launching that effort.
"India also supports the proposal of strengthening of the agricultural market information system (AMIS), underscores the importance of assessment of stocks and suggests sharing of best practices in this regard," the statement quoted Singh as saying.
"If you want to get more inclusive growth, you need more free trade," Germany's Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schauble said at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meet here.
Starting with a botched attempt to reduce volatility that instead triggered a spectacular meltdown, Chinese bourses have spent the year struggling against feckless policymakers, massive capital flight and a languishing currency.
Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia today said it is wrong to assume that black money that has come into the banking system following the demonetisation will become white and unless tax is paid on such amount it will continue to be remain black.
The group of 20 economies (G20) agreed after the 2007-09 financial crisis that top banks, whose size and complexity mean a collapse could wreak havoc in markets, should hold extra capital, according to the level of risk they present.
Issues like reform of the UN and the IMF, WTO and G20 were among the important subjects discussed by the sherpas, official sources said, adding that terrorism was also a key topic that was taken up.
Jaitley yesterday met his Canadian counterpart Bill Morneau and Canada's International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and reviewed progress in India Canada relationship including proposed Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) and Foreign Investment and Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA).
G20 member-states represent 85 percent of the world's GDP. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the UK, the US and the European Union make the G20.
The development assumes significance in the backdrop of the problem caused in international markets due to excess steel capacity amidst softening of prices, which eroded sales and profits of firms across countries, especially at a time when the global economy recovery is weak.
Warning China of "consequences" due to its aggressive behaviour, US President Barack Obama has asked the Communist nation to restrain itself from worrying its neighbours in the disputed South China Sea region.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today discussed India's NSG membership with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and also raised the issue of the confidential data leak of the Indian Scorpene Class submarines with French President Francois Holland on the sidelines of the G20 Summit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made it clear that effective financial governance requires "full commitment" to act against the corrupt and elimination of "safe havens" for economic offenders as he called on G20 members to break down the web of excessive banking secrecy.
President Vladimir Putin met Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the sidelines of the G20 in China yesterday and said they would work to address a global glut and overproduction that has hammered prices for the past two years.
Both the leaders held discussions on the sidelines of the G20 summit here on "building opportunities" after the UK voted to leave the EU- the world's single largest market.
Even as top diplomats vowed to keep trying, President Barack Obama expressed scepticism that an unlikely alliance between rivals would yield the breakthrough needed to end the 5-year-old civil war.
Underlining that a "difficult conversation" was not enough to combat global slowdown, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today pressed for a "collective, coordinated and targeted action" by the G20 members to revive the global economic growth.
The two leaders had last met at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in June in Tashkent and again set to meet in Goa next month on the sidelines of BRICS summit.
Narendra Modi, the first Indian prime minister to visit the communist nation in 15 years, was welcomed by Vietnamese president Tran Dai Quant.
Realty major DLF today announced the sale of its remaining 7 screens of DT Cinemas in the national capital to Cinepolis India for nearly Rs 64 crore, thereby exiting the cinema exhibition business.
Beijing wants to use the September 4-5 meeting in the tourist hub of Hangzhou to lay out a broad strategy for global growth, but talks are likely to be overshadowed by arguments over everything from territorial disputes to protectionism, diplomats said.
Secretary Economic Affairs, Shaktikanta Das accompanied by a delegation of officials from the RBI and Finance Ministry took part in the annual Dialogue along with the Chinese delegation led by Vice Minister for Finance Shi Yaobin.
The summit of the world's 20 biggest economies in the eastern city of Hangzhou will be the highlight of President Xi Jinping's diplomatic agenda this year, and the government is keen to ensure it proceeds smoothly.