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Crossover: Currency wars dominate G20 meeting


08:56, February 17, 2013

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on G20 finance leaders gathered for meetings in Moscow to focus on debt and budget deficit management. He told the Group of 20 nations that the primary task was to eradicate economic imbalances and stimulate global growth.

For more on the meeting, let’s speak to our correspondent Daria Bondarchuk, who’s in Moscow.

Q1: Hello, Daria. With currency wars topping the agenda at the G20 meeting, has any progress been made on the issue so far?

Q2: The 2-day meeting will conclude today. What other achievements can we expect?

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