G-20 summit leaders face debates on world’s economic bad news

The eurozone financial crisis is top of the G-20 agenda as Greece goes to the polls (photo:dpa)
The eurozone financial crisis is top of the G-20 agenda as Greece goes to the polls (photo:dpa)

Leaders of the world’s most developed and emerging economies gather in Mexico to debate a raft of economic bad news. The G-20 summit faces concerns in the United States, the UK and the eurozone as well as slowing growth in China and India. Will leaders be taking their eyes off the ball in expanding their discussions to include wider development and environmental issues?

LEADERS of the G-20 group of developed and emerging countries meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico, on June 18, 2012, have their plates heaped with bad economic news from around the globe.

Piling up are concerns at the extremely slow pace of recovery in the United States, the UK technically in recession, the conti...

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