Global tax reform top of the agenda for G20 finance ministers this weekend
The world's most powerful central bank governors and finance ministers gather in Cairns this weekend for a series of highly charged economic meetings – one of their last chances to discuss as a group the problems afflicting the global economy before the all-important G20 Leaders' Summit in Brisbane in November.
Treasurer Joe Hockey has been in Cairns for much of the week, meeting with Bank of England governor Mark Carney and International Monetary Fund chief executive Christine Lagarde. The official meetings will start on Saturday. Read more on The Sydney Morning Herald.