Next stop Brisbane for the G20's development agenda
The G20's Development Working Group (DWG) concluded its final meeting of the year on 5 September in Perth, agreeing on new actions to support growth and resilience.
Strengthening global development is central to the G20's objectives.
DWG co-chair Clare Walsh said Australia had championed a range of practical outcomes for developing countries this year.
"Our work to reduce the cost of transferring remittances is just one practical example of where collective G20 effort can make a big difference to the poorest and most vulnerable. While much work remains, the global average cost of transferring remittances has never been lower."
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