Matthew Bishop

Economist magazine

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New York Bureau Chief for the Economist magazine

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The  G20  brings together the heads of state and finance ministers of countries that make up two thirds of the world's population.

G20 Summit Tries to Keep Global Economy on Track

The G20 brings together the heads of state and finance ministers of countries that make up two thirds of the world's population.

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