The mexican economist and diplomat José Ángel Gurría is the current secretary-general of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). DW Correspondent Javier Arguedas met him at the G20 in Hamburg.
The European Union's decision to put South Korea on its tax haven blacklist has irritated Asia's fourth-largest economy. The charity Oxfam has also expressed its surprise.
The latest OECD economic outlook predicts global growth of almost 4 percent in 2018. However, it also expresses concerns over a lack of investment, which it says could dent momentum in the global recovery.
Coalition talks may be stalling, but the new German parliament is still getting on with its day-to-day business. Cities and states are also pressing on with their work — but make it clear they want a coalition soon.
DW provides a wrap-up of international media commentary on the Hamburg G20 summit. A common theme was a lack of trust in Donald Trump and a decline in US influence.
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