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G20 talking shop moves to Sydney

Policy-makers from some emerging economies may air their grievances about US monetary policy at next week’s G20 gathering, but there is no consensus among them on what the Fed should be doing. More generally, the G20 looks increasingly as if it is just going through the motions, without any conviction that it will achieve anything substantive.

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