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Britain / G-20 Summit / Global Economy #927288

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President & First Lady Michelle Obama shown arriving in London for the G-20 summit meeting of the world's industrial nations.

(London: Ed Henry) What Obama faces in Europe at the summit reviewed; details given about the sore points with US economic proposals. [Last summer in London, OBAMA - speaks about partnership among nations.] [British Prime Minister Gordon BROWN†- speaks about the banks as speculators; states the old world of consensus is over.] [On Wednesday, Czech Prime Minister Mirek TOPOLANEK†- {thru translator} says these steps are the way to hell.] [On the plane, White House press secretary Robert GIBBS†- speaks about the economic downturn.] Obama's meetings tomorrow with the leaders of China & Russia & the possibilities of a breakthrough in US-Russia relations discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Henry, Ed

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