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G20 'was a successful meeting'


The world's leading nations have agreed "tough new regulations" to prevent another global financial crisis, US President Barack Obama has said. Economics editor Stephanie Flanders reports on why the G20 is effectively replacing the G8 group of developed economies. Dr Gerard Lyons, chief economist at Standard Chartered Bank, examines whether the summit was a success.

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