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Inequality rises across the G20 as economic growth fails to trickle...

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Inequality, a major cause of instability and conflict, has increased in 14 of 18 G20 countries since 1990 as economic growth has...

Bill Gates urges G20 to live up to aid promises

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Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates told G20 leaders to protect aid budgets, saying cuts would not only hurt the poor but also undermine...

Poor nations a ray of hope for crisis-weary

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Simple reforms would eliminate much of the risk of investing in poor countries, unleashing billions of dollars of pent up cash and...

Wall Street protest plans global rally before G20

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An activist group that sparked the Occupy Wall Street movement has called for global protests to demand G20 leaders impose a "Robin...

Canada: Move to avoid “full-blown global recession”

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Europe and the G20 leading economies must act decisively and quickly to avoid another full-scale world recession, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper...

G20 pledges bank support, eyes bolder euro fund

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The world's major economie pledged to prevent Europe's debt crisis from undermining banks and financial markets, and said the euro zone's rescue...

Greece could trigger global banking crisis: Canada

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A global banking crisis will erupt unless Europe properly deals with Greece's debt problems, Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Wednesday,...

SA govt worried about food prices

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Food prices on international markets are rising again, three years after the food and global economic meltdown, says Minister of Agriculture, Forestry...

G20 push for IMF voting power deal by November

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Group of 20 leaders pledged to push for agreement on greater voting power for emerging economic powers in the International Monetary Fund...

Five nations to get $224 mln to boost food output

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The US Treasury Department said that five developing countries will get grants totalling $224 million from a new fund set up to...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...