Obama says 'more work to do' at G8 on euro zone

By REUTERS
May 19, 2012 19:23

 
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CAMP DAVID, Md. - US President Barack Obama said on Saturday that Group of Eight leaders had "more work to do" when asked whether they had come to any decisions about how to approach the euro zone crisis.

"So far so good. We've got more work to do," Obama said in response to a journalist's question while the G8 leaders posed for a picture at Camp David, the US presidential retreat in the Maryland countryside.

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