GENEVA (Reuters) – The G20 group of leading economies must prioritize jobs at their summit in Moscow later this week, the International Labour Organization and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said on Wednesday. Six years into the global financial crisis, the rate of employment growth remains weak in most G20 countries, ILO chief Guy Ryder and OECD head Ángel Gurría said in a statement launching a joint jobs report for the G20 meeting. "The G20 will be assessed by public opinion around the world on its capacity to deliver on the growth and jobs agenda," they said. …
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