G20 governors and governments put employment and growth centre stage

The finance ministers and central banks of the G20, the grouping of 20 of the world's biggest economies encompassing 90% of the world economy, met over the weekend to agree on a set of priorities going forward - putting growth and employment front and centre.

The meeting in St Petersburg, Russia, led to an action plan to "place the global economy on a stronger, more sustainable and more balanced growth path", including commitments to "intensify our policy actions" including "continuing monetary

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