G-20 leaders met in Washington to discuss present economic crisis of the world on 15th Nov. 2008. President Bush has hosted a dinner to honor the leaders.
Bush has expressed in his deliberation that world will not move from the policy of liberalization and globalization.
"Bush has expressed in his deliberation"
Com'on. Bush couldn't deliberate his way out of a paper bag.
... out of a wet paper bag.
Yesterday, on the 14th Bush said the blame for the financial melt down was not because there was not enough regulations on the banks but too much. Pushing free market capitalism to the end, even while governments around the world have had to follow the US with socialist bailouts. Strange man. That didn't sit well with a lot of them at the G20 seeing some are looking for regulations for the banks across the board. It looks like everyone will be glad when he's gone.
Ironically, we throw money at our problems then look at the true roots of them. When will our world leaders embrace savings, promote livability and promote sustainable investments. Just because oil is under $50 a barrel we must invest in green technologies!
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