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A Pat on the Back at Pittsburgh?

September 9, 2009

Michael Mussa, noting that the global economy is heading out of its slump, says that the G-20 summit in Pittsburgh should also deal with an "exit strategy" from stimulus programs and the future of global financial regulation.





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