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Protectionism not the cure

By Lu Duo | China Daily | Updated: 2011-10-31 08:02

Protectionism not the cure

Politicizing economic issues will not treat the ailing global economy and G20 summit must take steps to inject vitality

The sixth G20 summit meeting is due to be convened on Nov 3 in the French city of Cannes where participating leaders are expected to discuss a wide range of economic issues, from the debt crisis in Europe to the global economic slowdown and financial turbulences.

In addition to such pressing topics, it is also hoped the G20 leaders will pay close attention to the development of international trade, given that it has served as an important driver of the world's economic development and is indispensable to the revival of the global economy.

Protectionism not the cure

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