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Thursday, April 02, 2009

"The US Can't Go It Alone"

My reaction to the final communique from the G20 summit in London:

G20: The US Can't Go it Alone, by Mark Thoma, Comment is Free: The outcome of the G20 summit was mixed. With all the competing interests at play and the difficulty achieving consensus in large groups, complete success on every issue was far too much to expect. So the question is whether the G20 countries made reasonable progress, not whether they achieved every goal and solved every problem. And historically, reasonable progress means getting anything done at all. ...
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