Singapore invited to attend G-20 meeting in Turkey early next year

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks to members of the Singapore media during a wrap-on session at the G20 leaders Summit in Brisbane on Nov 16, 2014. The Republic has been invited by Turkey to attend the annual meeting of the world's top econo
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks to members of the Singapore media during a wrap-on session at the G20 leaders Summit in Brisbane on Nov 16, 2014. The Republic has been invited by Turkey to attend the annual meeting of the world's top economic leaders next year in Antalya. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Singapore has been invited by Turkey to attend the annual meeting of the world's top economic leaders next year.

The Antalya Summit will be the tenth meeting of G20 heads of state and government who will discuss the challenges facing the global economy and the policies to promote strong, sustainable and balanced growth.

A joint release from the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday said that, as a major financial centre and hub for investments into Asia, Singapore looks forward to contributing to G20 discussions on global financial reforms, infrastructure investment financing, the multilateral trading system, and small and medium enterprises.