The G20 needs a growth strategy
AM, Mike Callaghan | March 2014
Restoring global economic growth and creating jobs has been an objective of successive G20 summits. Australia has also made it a priority for the G20 in 2014. To achieve such an outcome requires a comprehensive and agreed growth strategy. The G20 lacks such a strategy and has failed to provide a clear and consistent message about how members can or are working together to achieve such an outcome.
CitationAM, Mike Callaghan. 2014. The G20 needs a growth strategy. © Lowy Institute For International Policy. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7207.
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