G20 commitment to Africa
This year Germany has made Africa the focus of its G20 presidency through its Compact with Africa and the Marshall Plan for the continent, which together aim to create a more sustainable environment for private sector participation in African economies.
The 12th G20 Summit took place on 7-8 July in Hamburg, Germany, bringing to a close the 2017 German presidency.
SAIIA has produced extensive research and analysis on Africa-G20 cooperation:
- Opinion: Merkel will not be sidetracked by US in the drive for Compact with Africa
- Opinion: Global Perspectives: G20 Leaders’ Summit
- Opinion: Merkel facing tough G20 balancing act
- Global insights: G20 and Africa – Ready for a Steady Partnership?
- Strategic brief: Global Future Council on International Trade and Investment
- Events clip: T20 Africa Conference: Building alliances for sustainable development
- Blog: 5 reasons not to give up on global trade
- Research papers: G20 Development Agenda and African Priorities: An Update
- The G20 Tax Agenda and Africa’s Taxation Needs
- The G20 and Development: Ensuring Greater African Participation
- Turkey and the G20 Presidency: Implications for Africa
- The Reflection of African Concerns in the G20 Financial Regulation and Financial Development Agenda
- The G20 and Africa: A Critical Assessment