The G-20's Triumph and Tragedy

The G-20 knows what the global economy needs. Too bad it can't do it.
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At its meeting in Australia over the weekend, the Group of 20 developed and developing nations demonstrated that they understand what is ailing the global economy: It desperately needs the world's governments to work together in several areas simultaneously to remove obstacles to growth. Unfortunately, there's little chance they will turn understanding into action anytime soon.

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