Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union will seek a pledge from China for more exchange-rate flexibility at a Group of 20 meeting next month, EU officials said.
The EU also will seek a pledge from the U.S. to lower its fiscal deficits, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity. The G-20 nations also should commit to ensuring that the International Monetary Fund has sufficient resources, they said.
The officials also said the EU will not use the G-20 to seek contributions to help Europe’s debt-crisis rescue fund.
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