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11-11-2010 13:10 BJT Special Report:President Hu Attends 5th G20 Summit in Seoul |

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For more insight on the G20 Summit in Seoul, we are now joined by our current affairs commentator, Mr Raymond Zhou, from China Daily.

Q1: Hello, Mr Zhou, we know that the theme of the G20 summit in Seoul is "Shared Growth Beyond Crisis". It aims to establish an effective, sustainable and balanced world economic frame, as well as push forward the reform of the global financial supervision and regulatory system. Do you think this summit will achieve the expected results?

Q2: The US Federal Reserve says it will buy a total of 105 billion dollars worth of government bonds starting later this week. How might world leaders at the G20 summit address this issue? And why has the new US monetary policy been criticized by many countries across the world?



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