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Studio interview: G20's impacts on world economy

06-21-2012 09:29 BJT

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The stakes couldn’t be higher at the G20 summit this week, with the world hoping against hope that global leaders might avert Europe from the brink of economic collapse. Over the two-day meeting in Los Cabos, Europe managed to secure support from the world’s top leaders for an ambitious but slow-moving overhaul of the euro currency bloc. The group also issued a joint declaration after the summit. Full story >>

For more on the summit, let’s bring in Professor Liu Baocheng from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.

Q1. Professor Liu, the curtain of G20 has fallen, what’s your take-away from it?

Q2. Despite the fact that major world economies are facing a tough outlook, the summit showed confidence to make a difference. What kind of impact are we likely to see from the G20 summit?

Thanks Professor, do stay with us for more questions to come.



Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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