B20’s trademark is the development of consensus based concrete policy proposals from the private sector with the objective of generating more and better jobs, sustained growth and development.
The process involves the constitution of taskforces (TFs) of around 100 business representatives of the entire G20 and invited countries. After a 7-month period of discussions, the B20 will be ready to submit its policy recommendations to the G20 leaders.
B20 Argentina has proposed the following task forces;
Employment & Education
In a new evolving scenario where employability is key, it is necessary to develop inclusive policies that help people enter the labor market through innovative educational systems, within the framework of a new technological revolution
Digital Economy & Industry 4.0
A revolution underpinned by artificial intelligence and other technologies is already underway and will redefine the economy. Along with digital economy, these innovations can become engines of growth and inclusion if we bridge technological divides in a socially sustainable and responsible way
Financing Growth & Infrastructure
Infrastructure is a fundamental driver for economic growth. We will seek a business consensus on practical recommendations to close the persistent infrastructure gap. We also need to discuss regulatory coherence and innovative financial instruments to achieve a sustainable GDP growth.
Trade & Investment
We must establish a comprehensive approach to the construction of an inclusive, fair and balanced international trading system
Sustainable Food System
In an era marked by volatility and uncertainty, the world prepares to feed an increasingly growing population on a declining resource base. Nutrition security and global food production are ongoing concerns.
Energy, Resource Efficiency & Sustainability
Climate change is a threat to development that poses increasing risks to societies, economies, and ecosystems. Tackling climate impacts through adaptation strategies and building resilient societies will help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
SMEs are the backbone of economies around the world, they generate about 50 to 70 percent of jobs and income, they foster creativity and they enable comprehensive market innovations. Yet they face some structural constraints that call for special attention
Integrity & Compliance
Corruption triggers inequality, undermines sustainable development and has a corrosive impact on growth. Countries need to be united to collect and share information in order to prevent, detect and crack down on corruption. We face a global problem that requires a global solution