G-7 Stresses Unity, Rejects Protectionism Finance ministers of the group of seven industrialized powers have agreed to avoid resorting to protectionism as they try to pull their economies out of the global economic crisis. The Rome meeting of the G-7 marked U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's international debut.
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G-7 Stresses Unity, Rejects Protectionism

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G-7 Stresses Unity, Rejects Protectionism

G-7 Stresses Unity, Rejects Protectionism

G-7 Stresses Unity, Rejects Protectionism

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Finance ministers of the group of seven industrialized powers have agreed to avoid resorting to protectionism as they try to pull their economies out of the global economic crisis. The Rome meeting of the G7 — the U.S., Japan, Germany, Britain, France, Italy and Canada — marked U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's international debut.