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07.01.2011

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We used to talk about the G-7 -- the world's seven biggest economic powerhouses. Every so often, the leaders of the G-7 countries would get together and hash out the important issues facing the global economy.That grew to become the G-20, which included big players in the developing world (China, India, Brazil). In the heat of the financial crisis, the G-20 made a good show of cooperation.But as the crisis has faded,... Source: npr.org

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