Friday, November 14, 2008

Meeting’s Key Decision May Be to Keep Talking

WASHINGTON — Leaders from nearly two dozen countries, large and small, converged here Friday to take part in a financial summit meeting with an agenda as broad and complex as the crisis it is meant to stem.

Times Topics: Credit Crisis — The EssentialsWith the global economy slipping into its most serious downturn in decades, the Group of 20 seemed likely to agree on a few modest measures, according to a senior American official, including a commitment to have banking regulators coordinate their efforts more closely.


By MARK LANDLER and STEVEN LEE MYERS
Published: November 14, 2008
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