G20 leaders themselves admit that economic growth is still very slow. At the Brisbane Summit (November 2014), G20 leaders agreed on a Comprehensive Growth Strategy for the set growth target, namely to increase collective GDP by more than 2%. The comprehensive growth strategy contains priorities of structural policy reforms in infrastructure investment, employment policies, strengthening trade and competition tailored to the conditions in each country. Each G20 member submits a national comprehensive development strategy. The President of Turkey (2015) stressed the importance of implementing the Comprehensive Growth Strategy so that the collective targets agreed on in Brisbane could be realized on time.