Leading up to the G20 Summit in October, nations are busy making plans to join together in dangerous new policy proposals to get their economies on track again. That includes requirements for companies on how their businesses affect climate change, fiscal aid, corporate global tax, and IMF Resources. The CoVid-19 pandemic and President Donald were also blamed for the current state the world economy, as other factors were largely ignored. “The global economies are working together again,” said Rosamaria Bitetti, an economist at Luiss University in Rome. “This is a huge opportunity for the G-20 to think about how this pandemic showed that in our interconnected world, problems are global and need to be addressed together, leaving nationalism behind.” The message seems to be: Give us your country and individualistic power and we will give you a healthy world economy.