Putin Offers Economic Warnings as G-20 Begins

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Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg international correspondent Hans Nichols reports on the economic message of Russia President Vladimir Putin at the start of the G-20 meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia and the prospect of a face-to-face meeting of Putin and President Barack Obama on Syria. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

There are no formal meeting scheduled for syria.

How will this issue be weave into the -- weaved into the session?

Later, and dinner, that when the focus will be on syria.

President barack obama and president hu vladimir putin -- president vladimir putin have met.

Putin is warning about some risks out there.

He had hints of the flavor of some of the criticism barack obama is going to hear from other world leaders.

That has to do with quantitative easing.

Putin said the policy of giving away free money cannot continue forever.

We have two summits.

We have the summit on syria and the summit on the economy.

At certain points, they will collapse and become one.

The italian prime minister warned the any certain syria moves will have economic consequence.

Will barack obama and president putin meet?

They will brushed past each other.

Reading the body language, both sides are leaving open the possibility of a meeting.

They could have a one on one word they hammer this all out.

Cons net was, our international correspondents.

-- han nichol -- hans nichol s, our international correspondent.

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