India’s Agenda for the G20 Summit
Nov. 14 – Speaking to reporters aboard the Prime Minsiters flight to Washington DC, a day prior to the commencement of the G20 summit, Finance Minister P Chidambaram, laid down India's three point agenda. Firstly increasing inclusivity in the international financial system, second, ensure that developing country growth prospects do not suffer and lastly, enforece the need to avoid protectionist tendencies.
In an interview with P. Chidambaram, N. Ram of the Hindu quizzes him further on India's increased voting rights at the IMF, global fund flows, the recently concluded Finance Ministers G20 meeting, India's increased public expenditure and the impact of the fincial crisis on the Indian economy.
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