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Mexican President aims to boost IMF bunds

06-14-2012 14:07 BJT

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Mexican President Felipe Calderon says his country will use the G-20 summit to push the world's largest economies to increase the International Monetary Fund's resources and build confidence in the fund's ability to help European countries shaken by financial crisis.

Calderon also says as G20 host, Mexico will work to achieve a long-term plan with concrete measures to aid economic growth.

Mexico's President Felipe Calderon speaks during a news conference at Los Pinos
presidential residence in Mexico City, Tuesday, June 12, 2012.

Calderon said, "The European crisis affects the world’s economy as a whole, and that’s why in the upcoming summit, Mexico’s presidency will seek that a comprehensive, intensive and long term action plan is taken. A source of preoccupation is the crisis within the Euro zone that despite recent efforts it hasn’t been solved yet and that’s a ongoing source of preoccupation for the global financial system as a whole."



Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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