(BBC News) World leaders are resuming talks at the G20 summit in Mexico after a day of tense words over Europe's debt crisis.
On the second and last day of the summit, they are expected to release a statement declaring unity over efforts to create jobs and boost growth.
They have urged European action to overcome the eurozone debt crisis.
The talks are being held as talks on a coalition government in debt-ridden Greece have yet to yield an outcome and Spain's borrowing costs soared.
Rates on some Spanish government bonds were about a third higher than last month, reaching just over 5%.
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