G20: Argentina and the World

Once a G20 ‘outlaw’, Argentina this week hosts the G20 summit. We assess how Argentina has changed, and the summit’s prospects, not least given growing tensions between the US and China

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Buenos Aires summit meeting comes with open trade on the back foot

2008 crisis gave summits a potency unlikely to be regained in Trump era

This year’s soft patch shows signs of being longer lasting

Fears rise of debt debilitating countries that most need big works projects

Updated welfare and employment laws needed to adapt to fast change in labour dynamics

FT correspondent Andres Schipani’s personal view of country’s ‘crazy’ past 40 years

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