The Framework Group, created at the Pittsburgh Summit in 2009, is in charge of promoting and coordinating economic policies (monetary, budgetary and structural) to achieve strong, sustainable and balanced growth (Pittsburgh process).
This group's work is organised around national growth strategies, which include a macroeconomic and a structural facet. At the Brisbane Summit, international organisations estimated that 2.1% additional growth could be generated between now and 2018 by full implementation of the structural (quantifiable) commitments made in the growth strategies.
During the Turkish presidency of the G20 in 2015, growth strategies, known as adjusted growth strategies, changed compared with those of Brisbane:
In 2016, growth strategies will continue to be modified based on the macroeconomic context and the issues highlighted by the Chinese presidency.
Updated on: 06/12/2018 10:34