The G20 in Hamburg promises to be more than a run-of-the-mill meeting of world leaders. It'll be the first face-to-face between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump since he took the US presidency. Another big topic: free trade vs. protectionism.
The "top culprits" are accused of committing crimes during leftist demonstrations at the Hamburg G20 summit in 2017. It comes as one man was arrested in Hamburg, where police conducted raids relating to the protests.
The ministers agreed to eschew protectionism in favor of global trade. Germany hailed the talks' "breakthroughs for agricultural, the climate, and the consumer."
Donald Trump seems bent on intensifying his battle against "unfair" global trade practices, as he's reportedly seeking to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. DW examines whether Trump has a point in taking on China.
The World Trade Organization has pointed to a stark increase in trade restrictions initiated by G20 nations. It warned that protectionism was unsuitable to support the recovery of a post-crisis global economy.
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