G-20 leaders grapple with threats to global economy

09/6/2013 | Bloomberg · Reuters

Leaders of the Group of 20 nations are discussing possible consequences of withdrawing stimulus, the Syrian conflict and other threats to the global economy at a summit in Russia. The officials have endorsed tougher financial regulation, efforts to battle international tax evasion and a growth initiative. However, many remain concerned that developing economies will be hard hit by market turbulence. "Systemic risks, the conditions for an acute crisis relapse, persist," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.

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