"Risks persist, including in financial markets and from geopolitical tensions. We commit to work in partnership to lift growth, boost economic resilience and strengthen global institutions," it said.
"We are determined to overcome these challenges and step up our efforts to achieve strong, sustainable and balanced growth, and to create jobs.
"We are implementing structural reforms to lift growth and private sector activity, recognising that well-functioning markets underpin prosperity," it added. "This year we set an ambitious goal to lift the G20's GDP by at least an additional two per cent by 2018. Analysis by the IMF-OECD indicates that our commitments, if fully implemented, will deliver 2.1 per cent. This will add more than $2 trillion to the global economy and create millions of jobs," it said.