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India in the G-20: What Should Matter Most?

To what degree does the work programme and the initial decisions mandated by the g-20 address the issues that are of concern to the major emerging markets, and what cues should the latter group derive from the deliberations thus far? The heated discussion at the g-20 on a coordinated fiscal stimulus has crowded out a much more difficult and important debate on the issue of global imbalances and mechanisms to intermediate these. Much of the current work emerging out of the g-20 remains oriented to the political and economic predicament of the advanced economies.


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