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EU Sets Renewed Growth, Market Reform as G-20 Summit Priorities

October 14, 2011

Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union set restoring economic growth, tackling global macroeconomic imbalances, making progress on implementing reforms of financial markets and making the International Monetary Fund more resilient as priorities for the Nov. 3-4 Group of 20 nations summit in Cannes.

European Commission President Jose Barroso and EU President Herman Van Rompuy laid out the priorities in a statement on the EU’s website today.

Other priorities include boosting trade, enhancing the social dimension of globalization, ensuring food security and improving global goverance, according to the statement.

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