FSB warns G20 that co-operation as important now as after global financial crisis

By Justin Pugsley
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The Financial Stability Board (FSB) warned the G20 in a letter dated November 11 that vulnerabilities in the financial system are being threatened by higher interest rates, record debt levels and geopolitical tensions.

The letter, sent ahead of the G20 meeting on November 15-16 in Indonesia, warned leaders that financial ...

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