The correction of the exchange rate And monetary policies in the world, and the situation in China were among the key topics at the meeting of Ministers of Finance And heads of Central Banks of the countries "the twenty" in Ankara, said Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak.
"this" twenty " was its own nerve, associated with expectations of a course change of currency or monetary policies ", – Storchak said on the results of this meeting.
according to him, is also a lively discussion on the G20 meeting called measures taken by the Chinese authorities to stabilize the situation on the stock market, reports RIA " Novosti "." And had the nerve associated with Chinese partners presented the measures that they take to normalize the situation in the financial markets", - has told the Deputy Minister. The outcome document of the G20 also made emphasis on attracting long-term investment And development of public-private partnership, improvement of financial reporting of small And medium factories, the policies of systemically important credit institutions." This "twenty" differed from many others because duty was less speeches and more speeches with obvious interest – that in the end will turn out ", - has noticed the Deputy Minister. According to his statement, the conclusions And decisions that were approved at the meeting of G20 financial are tolerant nature." Participants often very tolerant, never communiqu? no references to specific jurisdiction ", – he said." One of the main points of the communiqu? is also the question of the opposition of Finance "the twenty" the merging of criminal And terrorist organizations ", – Storchak said. Increased focus on the G20 meeting was also paid to the improvement of taxation, among them major corporations to encourage investment of their assets in the real economy and the sovereign debt problems, said Deputy head of the Ministry of Finance. Before that, a source in the Russian delegation said that the meeting of Finance Ministers of the countries "big twenty" will still be to discuss the debt situation of Ukraine – but not on the main agenda, and in the lobby.