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G7 summit promises forceful action to deny protectionism and strenghten current financial sector

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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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G7 summit promises forceful action to deny protectionism and strenghten current financial sector


business.theglobeandmail.com

Rome — The global economic downturn is getting worse but the Group of Seven finance ministers...promising forceful and co-ordinated efforts to restore economic growth.

In a declaration released at the end of the two-day event, the G7 ministers and central banks said “stabilization of the global economy and financial markets remains our highest priority…we reaffirm our commitment to act together using a full range of policy tools to support growth and employment and strengthen the financial sector.”
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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 01:42 PM
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It seems like the ministers of the G7 summit is recommending drastic actions that might involve changes to the current law or order of things in an effort in a worst-case scenario to restore the long-standing market and financial system with its expected economic growth rate model and to deny protectionism and expand the free trade globalist model.

The current economic order seems increasingly desperate to restore public faith in the current system and they are about to perform steps to ensure its survival that will make a lot of people bat their eyebrows.

They are not very forthcoming with what they plan to do other than acknowledging that they plan to prop up the current system, and that they are prepared to take all steps forward in order to do so.

And since this is a conspiracy forum, what kinds of action(s) are they planning to take on to keep the current system from collapsing?

How far will they go?

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