Final statement will be published tonight. The leaders of the Group of 20 will order that the situation in the global economy is improving but it's still to early for the declaration of the end of the crisis, according to the Russian official involved in drafting the statement. The debate at the summit about health of the world economy is tough and has shown that there is concern about slowing global growth in developing countries. The possibility that the Fed has already this month to begin the reduction of monetary stimulus has shaken the emerging markets which have enjoyed rapid growth due to influx of cheap dollars into the world economy. The share of developed economies in global economic growth is a bit higher than the share of the developing economies.
The unemployment rate remains above the level that was measured before the onset of the global financial crisis 2008th year. Estimates of the International Economics published in July of this year, according to the G20 now has about 93 million unemployed. High unemployment rate in the euro zone countries -Spain and Greece - where the jobless rate is around 27%, while the average for the entire 17-member monetary union, approximately 12.2 % of the available workforce. The highest unemployment rate among the euro zone countries are Italy 12% France - close to 11%, and Poland where unemployment exceeds 17%.