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President Obama letter to G20

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19 Jun 2010

In a letter to the leaders of the other G20 countries in advance of their upcoming meeting in Toronto on 26-27 June 2010, US President Barack Obama urged continued efforts to facilitate recovery from the global financial crisis and repair global financial systems.

In the area of financial reporting, President Obama urged renewed 'efforts to enhance transparency and increase disclosure by our large financial institutions'. He said that greater transparency and disclosure will 'promote market integrity and reduce market manipulation'. Click to download President Obama's Letter to the G20 (PDF 114k).

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