Six things you should know about G20 Summit
A citizen walks past a board with the logo of G20 summit in Binjiang District of Hangzhou, capital city of east China's Zhejiang Province, Aug. 25, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua]
No 6 Anti-corruption network
With China's efforts, anti-corruption will become a major topic at the summit.
Li Chengyan, head of the Center for Anti-Corruption Studies at Peking University, said one of the expected achievements of the summit will be the creation of a three-in-one anti-corruption system: all members' unified agreement on the legal identification of corruption; the building of a coordinated mechanism to pursue fugitives and stolen assets; and the coordinated actions of members in law implementation.
The summit will also implement the UN Convention Against Corruption, according to Li.