Medvedev blames U.S. policies for financial crisis:

06/9/2008 | Reuters · Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Moscow's growing economic influence could help resolve the global financial crisis, which he blamed on "aggressive" U.S. policies. "Failure by the biggest financial firms in the world to adequately take risk into account, coupled with the aggressive financial policies of the biggest economy in the world, have led not only to corporate losses," Medvedev said. "Most people on the planet have become poorer."

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