The latest cut in bank interest rates for the first time in more than three years was widely welcomed as a timely boost for the economy which seems to have lost its earlier momentum.
The importance of the G20 is evident from the fact that members of the group account for over 80 percent of the world's output and trade, and more than 60 percent of the global population.
A slim victory for pro-Europe parties in the Greek election has saved the G20 leaders the trouble of making their two-day summit in Mexico a crisis management meeting.
The world may have breathed a sigh of relief at the results of the Greek election.But Chinese economists and business leaders have hastened to point out that the eurozone debt crisis is far from easing up.
It is urgent the G20 leaders, during the two-day summit starting on Monday, deliver genuine leadership to buttress the fragile global recovery.
The G20 has to beef up its institutional capacity to more effectively manage the still evolving crises, promote closer economic and trade cooperation.
The results of a Pew Research Center survey, released on Wednesday, have brought up the old issue of how the world views China.
IMF should build multiple reserve currencies including SDR and supervise their issuance and cross-border capital flows.
A careful review of China's trade policy will more than deepen understanding of the far-reaching significance of China's economic and trade growth to the world.
Eurozone countries should seek ways to avoid breakup and restructure to address the fundamental problems
Increasing pessimism is emerging from Chinese economists and in the business press about Europe's prospects.
Today China is the world's largest construction site. But most of China's buildings will stand no longer than 30 years, as compared to more than 100 years in developed countries.