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B20 Coalition calls on G20 governments to address four key priorities for business


This week, the B20 Coalition is releasing a series of recommendations to address with G20 policymakers four key issues of importance to the international business community.

To boost the fragile economic recovery, the B20 Coalition has identified four key areas where coordinated policy action is urgently required to nurture growth and job creation: trade and investment, fiscal responsibility, energy, and infrastructure and investment. The members of the B20 Coalition call on the G20 leaders for strong action in each area to create an environment in which the private sector can contribute to the fullest extent to the rebound from recession.



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Posted on 23-10-2014

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