The Financial Crisis: A European Perspective

Speaker:
Christine Lagarde Minister of the Economy, Finance, and Employment, French Republic
Description

The recent round of bank rescues across Europe has initiated a new phase in the global financial crisis and raised fears of a widening contagion. What is Europe's exposure to the crisis, and what is France doing to cope with its effects? Join French Minister of Finance Christine Lagarde for a European perspective on the turmoil in world markets.

 

**PLEASE NOTE:  This meeting will also be broadcast as a conference call.

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