Brazil: G20 deputies to hold call on EU, US economic crisis

By REUTERS
August 6, 2011 20:40

 
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BRASILIA - Deputy finance ministers from the Group of 20 leading economic powers will hold a conference call on Saturday to discuss the crises in Europe and the United States, a Brazilian finance ministry official said.

The official told Reuters the call was scheduled for 2230 GMT.

"It will be an exchange of information and opinions," the official said by e-mail without providing further details.

Investors are eager to see signs of a coordinated policy response among major economies, which might prevent the crises from spreading or getting worse.

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