President Bush and French President Nicholas Sarkozy met over the weekend at Camp David to discuss the world's economic turmoil. They agreed to hold an emergency summit that will deal with the current financial crisis and also look at how international finance should be conducted in the future. Philip Coggan, a columnist and editor with The Economist, tells Steve Inskeep that the Europeans want more regulations.
Global Summit Takes On Economic Turmoil
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