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Australia's Prime Minister (Ex-Goldman Banker) Warns G20 To "Civilize Capitalism"

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via, Is it time to “civilize capitalism”? That’s what Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s prime minister says. Turnbull was chairman and managing director of Goldman Sachs Australia (1997–2001) and a partner with Goldman Sachs and Co (1998–2001). Please consider G20 Leaders Urged to ‘Civilize Capitalism’. Leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies have been warned that they must “civilize capitalism” as they seek to revive economic growth and address growing public scepticism about the benefits of free trade and globalisation.
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