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[英伦广角] 【整理】Issue 133 华盛顿G20峰会

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Deal Close For G20 Summit Leaders


Keith Graves reports from the G20 summit of world leaders in Washington DC, where Prime Minister Gordon Brown is calling for worldwide cuts in taxes and interest rates to try to rescue the global economy from a deep recession.



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【整理】Issue 133 ---jeanneleaf

 

Between them, they represent 90 percent of the world's economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of a hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that this summit, which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are, whatever their final communiqué may say, far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being at the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama has declined an invitation to attend, aware that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I'm determined to do everything in my part to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes can be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I'm determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

And whilst some leaders, including President Bush, have reservations about the prime minister's plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the straight and narrow, one thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Keith Graves Sky News Washington

 

 

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity. 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to deal the global economy on to behoove. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the white house dinner and will end up a lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did develop overnight and will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And wild state obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever they find communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a leader president of nation, blamed by some world leaders of being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama is declining a imitation to attend no whether things are going to get worse before he moves into the white house and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbing for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to everything in my part to make sure that the economy will forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And world some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the street  to narrow. One thing they do seem to agree apart. Is it going to get worse before it gets better.

 

 

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity. 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the white house dinner and will end up a lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And wild state obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a leader president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders of being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the ivitation to attend no whether things are going to get worse before he moves into the white house and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbing for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my part to make sure that the economy will forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And world some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the street  to narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity. 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the white house dinner and will end now for the lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And wide state obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders of being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend and where things are going to get worse before he moves into the white house and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbing for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy will forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And while some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the street  to narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

 

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity. 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the white house dinner and will end up a lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And wild state obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a leader president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders of being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend no whether things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbing for support with follow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my part to make sure that the economy will forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And world’s some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the street  to narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And while they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend but where that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And while some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the street  to narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

  

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend but where that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

  

And whilst some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the strait  too narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

 

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Between that represent 90% of the world economic activity. 20 leaders are trying to find a way to dig global economy onto the hole. Even the host, president Bush, had mistaken on making a start. If that, the summit with kick off last night to the white house dinner and will end after lunch today. Not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop over night, and will not be solved over night. But the continue co-operation and termination will be solved.

 

And white house obviously agree that something has been done and done quickly. They are whatever those final communicate far from agreement about what. Mr. Bush, president of the nation, blamed by somewhere leaders that being a rough calls of the economic crisis. The successor Obama is decline the limitation to attend, whether things are going to get worse before he move into the white house, and wisely, keeping the distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Mr. Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit. Lobbing for support with ** leaders.

 

I’m determined to everything in my power, to make sure the economy will be forward and in such way, the people with home is to be more securely and people with small businesses can get cash for what they need. And people can be less worry about the effect of on jobs. This is my individual attention and I’m determined we do everything on our project to do the right things.

 

And while, some leader including president Bush have reservations about the Prime Minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institution on the street of narrow. One thing they do seen agree upon, is it going to get worse before getting better.

 

Kids Grave, Sky News, Washington.

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

  

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And while they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend but whether that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

  

And whilst  some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the strait  too narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world's economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that at the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst  they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being at the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend but whether that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And whilst  some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the strait  and narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of the world's economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that at the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst  they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communiqué may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being at the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama's declined the invitation to attend aware that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I’m determined we'll do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

And whilst  some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the straight and narrow,one thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them, they represent 90 percent of the world’s economic activity, 20 world leaders trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of a hole. Even their host president Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the white house dinner and  will end  after launch today, not much time to save the world. This problem did not develop overnight and will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination, it will be solved.

And Whilst they obviously agree with something must be done and done quickly, they are, whatever their final communiqué may say, far from in agreement about what.

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation blamed by some world leaders for being the root cause of the economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama has declined the invitation to attend but whether things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbing for support with the fellow leaders. I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes can be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. It is my undivided attention. I’m determined that we do everything in our part to do the right things.

Whilst some leaders, including Mr. Bush, have reservations for the Prime Minister’s plane for more cross-border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the strait and narrow. One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it’s going to get worse before it gets better.

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Between them, they represent 90 percent of the world's economic activity, 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hole. Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that at the summit, which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

This problem did not develop overnight and it will not be solved overnight. But with continued cooperation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst  they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are, whatever their final communiqué may say, far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush is a lame duck president of a nation, blamed by some world leaders for being at the root cause of economic crisis. His successor Barrack Obama has declined the invitation to attend, aware that things are going to get worse before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distance from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the summit, lobbying for support with fellow leaders.

 

I'm determined to do everything in my part to make sure that the economy move forward in such a way that people with homes could be more secure, that people with small businesses can get the cash flow that they need and people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided attention. I'm determined we do everything in our part to do the right things.

And whilst  some leaders, including President Bush, have reservations about the prime minister’s plans for more cross border regulations to keep international financial institutions on the straight and narrow,one thing they do seem to agree upon is that it's going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Caise Graves Sky News Washington

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Between them they represent 90 percent of world’s economic activity. 20 world leaders are trying to find a way to dig the global economy out of the hold.

 

Even their host President Bush admits they can only make a start if that the summit which kicked off last night to the White House dinner and will end after lunch today, not much time to save the world.

 

This problem didn’t develop overnight, and it will not be solved overnight. But if with continued corporation and determination it will be solved.

 

And whilst they obviously agreed that something must be done and done quickly. They are whatever their final communicative may say far from in an agreement about what.

 

Mr. Bush’s a lame duck president of the nation blamed by some world leaders for being at the root cause of the economic crisis. 

 

The successor Barrack Obama has declined the invitation to attend aware that things are going to get worst before he moves into the White House and wisely keeping his distant from Mr. Bush.

 

Prime Minister Brown is trying to impose his ideas on the Summit, lobbing for support with fellow leaders.

 

I’m determined to do everything in my power to make sure the economy will move forward in such a way that people with homes be more secure and people with small businesses will get cash flow they need. And people can be less worried about the effect on jobs. This is my undivided intention I have determined. I will do everything in our part to do the right things.

 

Whilst some leaders including President Bush have reservations about the Prime Minister ‘a plans for more cross board regulations to keep international financial institutions on the straight and narrow.

 

One thing they do seem to agree upon is that it’s going to get worse before it gets better.

 

Kaze Graves, Skynews, Washington.

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