India, G20 president, will showcase its success in the digital economy and may offer conditional help to other countries to further advance their own digital economy and payments infrastructure, Business Standard has learnt.
The host may also hold advanced discussions with G-20 partners and multilateral institutions on reducing the sovereign indebtedness of poorer nations in order to avoid the kind of economic fallout seen in Sri Lanka, it is learnt.
This and other agenda items will be part of the first ever meeting of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) next week in Bengaluru.
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