In the joint statement issued here, both leaders said they were encouraged by signs of recovery in the global economy in recent months.
They noted that in
They agreed that
The two leaders vowed to work closely together and reiterated their committment to multilateral co-operation through the G20 and International Financial Institutions.
They further asserted that
Both sides welcomed this year's focused approach in the G20 to achieving strong, sustainable and balanced growth through the development of comprehensive growth strategies that will be presented at the Brisbane Summit.
Both countries called on other G20 countries and international financial centres that have not yet done so to match their commitments to early adoption.
They also reiterated their commitment to preventing the misuse of legal persons and legal arrangements, and will continue to support the G20 leading by example, through effective implementation of the
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