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Economy: Obama / US and Europe #927112

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 30, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's world tour introduced. [On "Face the Nation," OBAMA - talks about the job of being president at a time when every decision counts.]

(Washington: Candy Crowley) The differences between the US and Europe on the world economy examined. ["Financial Times" Chrystia FREELAND†- says there is an ideological rift between the US and Europe; doubts there will be a concrete plan from the G-20.] [OBAMA - comments on the steps.] [Czech Prime Minister Mirek TOPOLANEK†- {thru translator} calls the US plan a way to hell.] [Brazil President Luis Inacio LULA da SILVA†- {thru translator} says this crisis was created by the irresponsible actions of white people.] The rifts at the summit, the two audiences for these heads of state and what French President Nicolas Sarkozy wants about regulation discussed

Cooper, Anderson;
Crowley, Candy

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