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The 2nd edition of the ICC G20 Business Scorecard rates G20 responsiveness to business priorities as 'fair', indicating that G20 leaders are making progress but at a somewhat protracted pace.

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Produced halfway through the current Russian Presidency of the G20, the second annual ICC G20 Business Scorecard assesses developments made in four sets of business priorities which the ICC G20 Advisory Group considers important for G20 attention:

  1. Trade and investment,
  2. Financing for growth and development,
  3. Energy and environment,
  4. Anti-corruption.
Progress on these sets of priorities is scored on a scale of inadequate, poor, fair or good.

The 2nd edition of the ICC G20 Business Scorecard rates G20 responsiveness to business priorities as 'fair', indicating that G20 leaders are making progress but at a somewhat protracted pace. This is an improvement on the 2012 Scorecard, which rated overall progress as 'poor'. Despite the 'fair' overall score, the Scorecard marks good performances in some policy areas, along with weaker scores in others.

Compilation of the annual Scorecard reflects ICC's belief that if the G20 has better information on how its actions are interpreted by the business community this will help it set priorities, honour commitments, measure its own progress over time and identify deficiencies that deserve greater attention. In parallel, ICC believes the business community should work more closely with the G20 to promote economic growth and job creation.

2nd Edition - ICC G20 Business Scorecard May 2013

1st Edition - ICC G20 Business Scorecard June 2012