What The World Expects From The G-20 Summit Representatives of the Group of Twenty — the world's top twenty developed and emerging nations — are in Washington D.C. Saturday for an economic summit hosted by President Bush. Ambassador of the European Union to the United States John Bruton is among the leaders who will be discussing the global financial crisis and tells us what the international community expects from the summit.
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What The World Expects From The G-20 Summit

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What The World Expects From The G-20 Summit

What The World Expects From The G-20 Summit

What The World Expects From The G-20 Summit

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Representatives of the Group of Twenty — the world's top twenty developed and emerging nations — are in Washington D.C. Saturday for an economic summit hosted by President Bush. Ambassador of the European Union to the United States John Bruton is among the leaders who will be discussing the global financial crisis. Bruton joins guest host Lynn Neary to tell us what the international community is expecting.