G20 watch

LATEST: Brazil's soybean exports are projected to rise 19.6 million tons (35 percent) to 76 million tons during the projection period (2016/17 to 2025/26).
LATEST: Tourist arrivals in ASEAN are expected to increase to 152 million by 2025.
LATEST: Dryness in Australia and excess rainfall in Argentina could threaten production levels for both nations.
LATEST: Qatar's World Cup budget is dwarfing what both Brazil and Russia spent and will spend on the tournament.
LATEST: Scotland will start exporting haggis to Canada for the first time in almost 50 years.
LATEST: Four countries will generate most of the world's growth: China, India, the United States and Indonesia.
LATEST: More jobs will be characterised by low quality and low pay if the UK leaves the EU.
LATEST: French MPs have voted unanimously to force supermarkets to give away unsold food that has reached its sell-by date.
LATEST: If countries could reduce the proportion of their 20-24 year olds not in employment, education or training to German levels, most OECD nations could achieve substantial long term boosts to their GD...
LATEST: India Will Overtake US to Become World's Second Largest Smartphone Market by 2017.
LATEST: Biodiesel policies in Indonesia will determine the direction of palm oil prices in the next 12 months as output climbs to a record in the biggest producer.
LATEST: The EUSFTA will bring benefits to Singapore, Italy and the EU as a whole.
LATEST: Manufactured exports from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan will drop too, though anyone feeding the still-hungry Chinese consumer should flourish.
LATEST: Increases in domestic natural gas production are expected to reduce demand for natural gas imports from Canada and to support growth in exports to Mexico.
LATEST: Russia could even choose to target not a NATO member but rather a non-NATO EU country such as Finland or Sweden.
LATEST: An oil price panic could lead to conflict between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. and disrupt the petrodollar.
LATEST: In South Africa some estimates are that 15% of farmers currently using irrigation methods will lose their irrigation rights.
LATEST: Dozens of the European Union's trading partners from South Africa to South Korea could impose tariffs on British exports next year.
LATEST: Turkey remains obsessed at the possibility that its 98 kilometre border running west from the Euphrates could come entirely under Kurdish control.
LATEST: During the year it is likely that the Scottish Government and the UK will finally do a deal on the EU Withdrawal Bill.
LATEST: Automotive battery market is expected to witness a moderate but steady growth in coming years North America is the largest automotive battery market followed by Europe and Asia Pacific.

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