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What Really Will The G20 Summit Accomplish?


Hopefully more than political back standing will be accomplished at next weeks upcoming G20 Summit.The issues could not be more serious when the world’s most powerful leaders meet in London next week. Millions of jobs have already vanished and millions more could go as the global economy faces its biggest downturn since the Great Depression. Fear has gripped virtually everyone country and every citizen of the planet. If the summit is not successful then obviously there will be a greater sense of drift and crisis.
Yet there those, whose great hope that the summit will bring of the beginning of the end of the crisis as well hope that the world leaders were able to galvanize a new direction and a new authority.

Over the last months we have witnessed demonstrations throughout the world regarding the economy ( France,Latvia, Russia & too many more to count) , more so there will be massive protests against the G20 summit. Tens of thousands of people marched across central London just Saturday to demand jobs, economic justice and environmental accountability, kicking off six days of protest and action planned in the run-up to the G20 summit next week. It is not just Anarchists and others which have promised violence, there are common people who are simply fed up. With the deepening global recession there is growing public anger over bankers’ pay and the painful fallout from the crisis. Even the peaceful protesters are pushing for a more transparent and democratic economic recovery plan. There have been statements such as ” Storm the banks” and “Hang a Banker”.

The goal is revive the world economy. There are discussion to be had regarding extra resources for the International Monetary Fund and for credit to get trade flowing more easily. The hopes of the world leaders are to approve multi-billion ( trillion) dollar trade finance package, make more pledges to avoid protectionism and promise tighter control of tax havens.

The question is will anything really get accomplished? The rhetorical commitments might not be worth the paper they will be written on. According to preparatory meetings for the summit, there have revealed sharp divisions over the essentials needed to stop the financial implosions and fix the financial system that has all but broken down since August 2007. The toxic assets of banks,insurance companies and even Hedge funds must be addressed or more so..disposed of. This issue needs to be hard pressed.

Personally I find it very hard to believe the G20 Summit can come to any joint agreement. Not being negative I believe in the statement ” Less Government is best Government”.

What do you think?

Andy Abraham

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