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News and information about the G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane in 2014 with expert analysis, research and commentary from Griffith University experts, leaders in the field.

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Griffith launches G20 Scholars Program

If G20 leaders took my idea on board and were prepared to make it happen, this is how it would change the world. This was […]

Stephen O'Grady July 24, 2014
UNWTO and GIFT join forces

Disseminating tourism knowledge, enhancing the expertise on tourism and climate change and advancing sustainable tourism in Asia and the Pacific are some of the areas of cooperation agreed between the Griffith Institute for Tourism (GIFT) and United Nations World Tourism Organization UNWTO.

John Kaarsberg
Gold Coast attractive to Asian markets

Australia’s Gold Coast is ticking all the right boxes in maximising its tourism reach into emerging markets throughout China and other Asian countries.

John Kaarsberg
Russian exclusion from G20 forum not feasible

Excluding Russia from the G20 Summit in November is neither feasible nor desirable, a Griffith Business School researcher says. Professor Fabrizio Carmignani believes bringing leaders […]

Stephen O'Grady July 23, 2014
G20 ministers must overcome old trade barriers

One of the world’s leading G20 authorities has told Griffith University News that old barriers must be overcome to enable the unilateral liberalisation of trade. […]

Stephen O'Grady July 18, 2014
Put your G20 question to Brisbane’s Lord Mayor

Bringing home to the community the significance of the G20 is the aim of a Griffith initiative.

Stephen O'Grady July 16, 2014
Asian exchange looks to the future

An initiative of the Griffith Asia Institute is allowing undergraduate students to become active participants in global exchange initiatives that seek to optimise mutual appreciation for one of Australia’s biggest trade partners.

John Kaarsberg July 15, 2014