G-20 countries will be subject to a "robust framework" designed to hold one another to account, and ensure reform commitments are met, the organisation said in a communiqué today.
Leaders of the G-20 finance ministries and central banks met in Istanbul to thrash out an agreement on macroeconomic policies designed to resist the global economy's downward slide.
The G-20 had already agreed measures designed to lift global growth by two percentage points over the next four years. Governments committ
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