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G20 Turkey: The Antalya Summit 2015

The official publication of the G20 Research Group


Inclusiveness, implementation and investment for growth are the three ‘I’s of the Turkish G20 presidency, and these themes are at the heart of discussions taking place at outreach group meetings and the G20 summit itself.

[The G20 Turkish presidency] aimed to pave the way towards achieving the overarching aim of the G20 – strong, sustainable and balanced growth through collective action
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu



The G20 labour and employment ministers endorsed a youth target focused on reducing the share of young people who are most at risk of being left permanently behind in the labour market by 15% by 2025 … G20 members now need to focus on implementation
Angel Gurria, Secretary General, OECD



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On track for inclusive growth

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Turkey 2015: focus on business

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Developing agriculture through innovation

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A social licence for development

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Progress and possibilities

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A question of integrity

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Thinking ahead to stronger governance

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Quality not quantity as China deleverages

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Next-generation telecommunications

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Australia’s agenda and the future

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Tourism: global growth, local impact

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A turning point for the G20

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From St Petersburg to Brisbane

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