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TAKE A LOOK-Global growth goal agreed at G20 in Sydney

The world's top economies have embraced a goal of generating more than $2 trillion in additional output over five years while creating tens of million of new jobs, signalling optimism that the worst of crisis-era austerity was behind them.

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LATEST WRAPUP-G20 aspires to faster economic growth, roadmap sketchy

> TEXT-G20 Communique after Sydney meeting

> HIGHLIGHTS-Comments from G20 policymakers

> China to aim for 7-8 pct economic growth - c.bank chief

EARLIER

> G20 support builds to adopt ambitious target for global growth

> U.S. leads pushback against emerging market angst at G20

> G20 growth target needs to address substantive issues-S.Africa G20 global growth target welcome, not unrealistic - France

> Bundesbank sceptical on cbank coordination, growth target

> U.S. backs G20 crackdown on global tax loopholes

> BOJ Kuroda: Fed tapering reflects U.S. strength

> EU to back G20 growth target if accompanied by reforms

> World risks era of slow growth, high unemployment-OECD

> Japan's Aso urges U.S. to communicate with mkts on tapering

> South Korea finance minister urges orderly tapering

> G20 should do more to stabilise emerging markets-Russia

> Australia calls for G20 to set clear growth goals

> G20 to address U.S. policy impact on emerging mkts

> Thailand central bank chief not worried by Fed tapering

> IMF sees risk in advanced economies paring stimulus too fast

> G20 ready to take action to buoy global growth-Saccomanni

> U.S. sees emerging market woes as focal point at G20

> G20 to focus on 4 ways to boost economic growth

> G20 to discuss policy coordination on EM market unrest

> All G20 members have role in softening volatility - Canada BOJ Kuroda: Japan economy on track, G20 to debate EM mkts

> German govt source says US should normalise monetary policy

> Brazil's Mantega cancels G20 trip to focus on fiscal goal

FACTBOX

> Emerging central banks act to counter currency sell-offs