World Economic Leaders Clash on Debt Relief

Two days of talks among finance officials of the world's largest economies end without a resolution on debt relief for developing nations.

The sessions, which included representatives from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, were bogged down by competing proposals from the United States and Great Britain on the details of providing aid.



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