The Financial Crisis and Developing Nations

Speakers:
Nancy Birdsall President, Center for Global Development
Danny M. Leipziger Vice President for Poverty Reduction and Economic Management, The World Bank Group
Presider:
Gerald F. Seib Washington Bureau Chief, The Wall Street Journal
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The global financial crisis has been difficult for the world’s most advanced economies, but its impact on developing nations may prove more severe. Join Nancy Birdsall and Danny Leipziger for a discussion of the political and economic consequences of the crisis on the world’s most vulnerable nations.

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