Monday, October 20, 2008

G-7 Redux

The CS Monitor has an interesting article on the economy:

Froehlich suggests the G-7 reflect the "changing global landscape" by adding China, India, Mexico, South Korea, Russia, and Brazil, all with economies exceeding $1 trillion in size, to the current members – the US, Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Italy, and Japan.

Sounds similar to what I suggested in this post:

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