G-20 sets eyes on saving the global economy

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Leaders at the G-20 represent 85% of the global economy. And there are possibly as many financial rescue plans as there are world leaders at the summit. One option has Germany and France pushing the U.S. to accept global financial regulations that could reach well inside American borders. Helping us to make sense of what's happening at the G-20 today is The New York Times' Mark Landler who is in the Excel Center in London, where the meeting is taking place.

For more, read Mark Landler's and David Sanger's article, Global Leaders Meeting to Resolve Rift on Economic Plan, in today's New York Times.


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