G20 Leaders' Summit to be held in Brisbane, Australia

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The G20 Leaders’ Summit this year will be held on the 15th and 16th of November in Brisbane, Queensland. As many as 4,000 delegates and 3,000 media representatives are expected to attend the conference at the venue the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The G20 Leaders’ Summit this year will be held on the 15th and 16th of November in Brisbane, Queensland. As many as 4,000 delegates and 3,000 media representatives are expected to attend the conference at the venue the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. In 2013 it was a great success being held in St Petersburg, Russia.

The Leaders’ Summit is the most important annual event in the G20 calendar. The summit is an opportunity for leaders to discuss a wide range of global economic issues and use their power collectively to improve the quality of living. At the end of the summit, leaders release a statement which outlines the G20 policy discussions and commitments for the coming year.

The objectives for 2014 are focusing on longer term economic reform, promoting strong economic growth and employment outcomes by empowering the private sector; making the global economy more resilient to future shocks and strengthening global institutions.

‘As the chair of the G20 in 2014, I will ask world leaders to come to Brisbane with a commitment to take practical action. It means developed and emerging economies working together. And it means partnership between governments, private enterprise and the community’ said the Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott.