Leaders of France, Britain, Canada, South Korea and the U.S. sent a letter to other leaders of the Group of 20 nations urging them to "recommit themselves and deliver on the [G-20's] ambitious reform objectives and agenda." The letter was made public in an effort to establish the agenda for a G-20 meeting in June. Senior economic officials have expressed concern that momentum is waning for cooperation and coordination of financial regulation as the economic crisis fades.

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