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By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Representatives of the world’s developing countries, including Brazil, left Seoul’s G20 summit with an appeal to the rich nations to demonstrate responsibility in resolving what Brazilian minister Guido Mantega has called a ‘currency war.’

“Developed countries must increase their domestic demand, in contrast with U.S. policy which is geared to promote domestic demand in developing countries”, said Brazilian President Lula da Silva in Seoul, and . . .

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