World finance ministers are scheduled to meet tomorrow to exchange ideas on how to restore confidence to the markets. President Bush plans to meet with G7 officials from Britain, Italy, Germany, France, Canada and Japan as markets worldwide continue to suffer.
Sharyn O’Halloran, professor of political science at Columbia University, speaks with Martin Savidge about the difficulty of coordinating international banking efforts, pointing out that many international agreements have not worked in the past.
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