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President Obama’s weekly address: Progress in the global economy

President Barack Obama says the world’s leading economic powers have made progress in stabilizing the global financial system. But he says “stopping the bleeding isn’t nearly enough.” In his weekly radio and Internet address, the President says much work remains to produce needed jobs and growth.

President Barack Obama says the world’s leading economic powers have made progress in stabilizing the global financial system.  But he says “stopping the bleeding isn’t nearly enough.” 

In his weekly radio and Internet address, the President says much work remains to produce needed jobs and growth. He says this week’s G-20 economic summit in Pittsburgh will offer a good chance to review the steps each country has taken since the first meeting five months ago.

What do you think about the President’s economic vision? Let me know your thoughts.

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