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 discussion is directed towards finding solutions for crises and ways to get out of crises, and then building a global economic architecture that is resilient to similar crises in the future
In a situation of global financial uncertainty, open trade is seen as the key to maintaining the condition of the national economy in countries experiencing economic crisis that is not getting worse.
G20 leaders that energy access is very important to achieve sustainable growth.
The G20 priority is how to provide quality jobs that are sufficient for those who lost their jobs due to the 2008 economic crisis and to overcome unemployment
Corruption can be seen as disrupting global market integrity and financial stability, and damaging public confidence. Discussing this issue has produced a series of action plans
G20 leaders see that the gap between developed and developing countries has hampered strong, sustainable and balanced growth.