Carney urges G-20 leaders to cooperate

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The chairman of the Financial Stability Board (FSB), Mark Carney, today called on G-20 leaders to set aside their national priorities and focus on greater global cooperation related to financial reforms ahead of their meeting in St Petersburg later this week.

Speaking at a press briefing in London, Carney said there has been "good progress" towards creating a stronger global financial system, but warned "there is a lot more work to be done".

Carney acknowledged that national authorities are face

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