G7 wants to reuse old forex language says Taylor

John Taylor, US Treasury undersecretary for international affairs, has said the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors want to stick to the script on foreign exchange developments that was first used at a meeting in Boca Raton in February 2004.

"That statement included a number of sentences which covered the range of issues with which there is agreement amongst the ministers. The statement is out there and that is what they want to continue with," he told reporters on Tuesday 1 February

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