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Tele interview: G20 to pay more attention on world economy

06-26-2010 13:13 BJT

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For more on the G20 summit, we're now joined by Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn from the Kuhn Foundation in Los Angeles.

Q1: The G8 meeting was held in Huntsville and the G20 summit is set to open in Toronto. The G8 focused on development, global health and security, while the G20 is expected to pay more attention on the world economy. Do you think the summits can have an impact, on resolving key international issues?

Q2: Some say the real challenge for the G20 is agreeing on financial reforms. They include a Tobin tax, bank levies, and devising a joint plan for strengthening growth through strategic investments. Do you agree with the measures?

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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