G-20 urged to address financial system flaws


The Group of Thirty wants G-20 leaders meeting in Russia later this week to ensure the viability of long-term financing markets by urgently identifying and removing bias in the financial system caused by conflicting financial regulation, taxation and accounting rules. Long-term financing, which is used to fund vital infrastructure developments, is viewed as critical in bolstering future world economic growth.

Guillermo Ortiz, chairman of a steering committee overseeing a Group of Thirty working

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