Criticism of US’s Example Rises

| 09/10/2008

(Washington Post): With its toxic securities and its insistence on open markets, the United States has a lot of nerve and a lot to answer for. That, at least, is what South Korean Finance Minister Kang Man-soo argued as he prepared to leave for a weekend meeting in Washington of finance officials searching for ways to calm the global financial crisis. "The United States almost forced the rest of the world to open up their financial sectors," Kang said. Go to article

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