Technology, the international tax system and financial inclusion: items on the agenda for day two of the G20 meeting (22, July 2018).
The final day of the Third G20 Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors in Buenos Aires has a comprehensive agenda focusing on the global economic climate.
The meeting at the Buenos Aires Exhibition & Convention Centre (CEC) began with a session on technology in the financial sector that will place special emphasis on big data applications, the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, as well as other innovations.
Afterwards, the upwards of 55 senior delegates – including ministers, central bank governors and senior representatives from international organizations – will discuss ways to ensure a fair and modern international tax system which can provide for new digital scenarios.
The agenda also includes a session on the resilience of the global financial system. Recent events in global markets, including the faster than expected tightening of financial conditions, has reinforced the need to continuously monitor cross-border capital flows.