The G20 committed to achieving GDP growth by an additional 2%

ANTALYA, November 16. Leaders of the group of twenty expressed the determination to achieve additional growth in gross domestic product (GDP) by 2% by 2018. This is stated in the draft final Declaration of the summit, the text of which has been made available.

“We remain committed to achieving our goal – to increase the collective G20 GDP by 2% by 2018, as it was announced last year in Brisbane, says the project. Our top priority is timely and effective implementation of our growth strategy, including measures to support demand and structural reforms in order to increase authentic and potential growth, create jobs and reduce inequality.”

Leaders of “twenty” indicated it had made “significant progress on implementation of commitments as compared with last year.

“The analysis, undertaken by the International monetary Fund, the Organisation for economic cooperation and development and the world Bank, shows that there is more than one-third of all purposes, – the document says. – The action plan of Antalya includes our revised growth strategy and timetable for goals, reflects our determination to overcome global economic challenges”.