G20 FacebookG20 TwitterG20 FlickrG20 RSSG20 Subscribe

Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting, Sydney, February 2014

Video highlights from the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting, Sydney

Watch the video

23 February, 2014

Joe Hockey, Treasurer of Australia

I don’t think I’m giving away any confidences where… by saying that the Finance Minister of China pointed out that they had undertaken some structural reform and last year in China 13 million jobs were created. And I said, I responded by saying, "Well, it’s taken us 200 years to create 13 million jobs." (Laughs) So…

United States Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew, Press Conference, Sydney

23 February, 2014

Jack Lew, United States Secretary of the Treasury

Good afternoon, and thank you for being here today.  Today G20 members have spoken clearly.  Boosting growth and demand helps the economic agenda and is the best path forward for shared prosperity.  This is a significant development and a key turning to the next page in the global recovery. 

Managing Director IMF Christine Lagarde, Press Conference, Sydney

23 February, 2014

Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Well, welcome. Thank you very much for being here, and thank you, through you, to the Australian people and certainly to the Australian authorities for their hospitality and for hosting a very successful G20 summit.  I would like to single out, indeed, Prime Minister Abbott, Treasurer Joe Hockey and indeed governor of the central bank Glenn Stevens.

Treasurer Hockey Press Conference, Sydney

Watch the video

3pm, February 23, 2014

Joe Hockey, Treasurer of Australia

Let me begin by thanking my parliamentary secretaries Steve Ciobo, Martin Parkinson, Barry Sterland and the entire treasury team for an outstanding effort in putting together this event over the last few days.

I don’t usually do it, but I’m about to read a statement that supports the communiqué and my release.

Pages

Subscribe to Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting, Sydney, February 2014

Engagement Groups