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Brown asks Saudis to help fund IMF
The British Prime Minister promised that they would have a say in any future new world economic order.
November 2, 2008: 10:12 AM ET
Barclays seeks $11.8B Mideast cash More Videos Quick Vote If the U.S. enacts a second stimulus plan, what should be its top priority? Extending unemployment benefits Expanding food stamp program Rebate checks to taxpayers Help for small businesses or View results RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made a direct plea on Sunday for Gulf states to contribute to the International Monetary Fund's reserves to bailout out struggling countries - promising that they would have a say in any future new world economic order...