10 Nov 2010

A (short) to-do list for the G20

Daniel Gros

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In this Commentary, Daniel Gros takes pains to discourage any great expectations from the 5th G20 summit taking place in Seoul, November 11-12, given the conflicting national policy imperatives that will be in strong evidence. He acknowledges, however, that a lot could be achieved through a frank exchange on key economic issues so that the world’s leaders understand the concerns of their counterparts and agree to tone down the rhetoric.

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