Commentary: G-20 summit went well, but work is far from over

04/8/2009 | Financial Times (free content)

Columnist Martin Wolf writes that the Group of 20 summit achieved two goals: It reinvigorated dialogue about the financial crisis and ways to resolve it, and it significantly increased resources available to the International Monetary Fund. However, the meeting did not put the world on track for a sustainable economic recovery, and much work is still necessary, Wolf argues.

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