What is the economic summit?
The annual economic summit is held every five years at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund.
The agenda is divided into four parts.
This year’s economic summit has been split into three parts: the first is the main economic forum; the second is the meetings between the IMF’s board and central banks, which includes members from the World Bank, the European Central Bank, and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; and the third is the session of central banks that meet to consider whether or not to lift interest rates.
The economic summit agenda is scheduled to begin on Thursday at the International Economic Forum in Washington, D.C. It will run through the end, which is Saturday.
It is also expected to focus on the impact of the election of President-elect Donald Trump on the economy.
The first part of the economic meeting is scheduled for Sept. 30, but the second and third parts will be held the same day.