G-20 Vow To Clean Up Toxic Assets

Finance ministers of the Group of 20 countries have vowed to join in cleaning up the toxic assets that caused the current crisis and continue to weigh heavily on banks.

  • 16 Mar 2009
Finance ministers of the Group of 20 countries have vowed to join in cleaning up the toxic assets that caused the current crisis and continue to weigh heavily on banks. At a meeting held in advance of G-20 summit set for next month in London, the ministers issued ...

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