Thursday, November 11, 2010
By Eric Jackson11/11/10 - 04:00 AM EST
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- It seems like yesterday that the most recent G20 was gathering in Toronto to discuss a more coordinated response by governments and central banks to deal with potential crises. That was five months ago. We're about to start a new G20 meeting, this time in Seoul, today.
It's useful to remember past expectations for these meetings and their results. G20 meetings tend to be heavy on hype going in, with plenty of chances for photo-ops and analysis by talking heads.Sphere: Related Content