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January 29, 2008
(L-R) France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Britain?s Prime Minster Gordon...
London, United Kingdom
Britain?s Prime Minster Brown and European leaders leave a meeting at Downing Street in London
(L-R) France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Britain?s Prime Minster Gordon Brown, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Italy's Prime Minister Romano Prodi leave after a meeting at Downing Street in London January 29, 2008. Leaders of Europe's big four economies called on Tuesday for better cross-border cooperation and for banks to be more open about risk as they try to calm financial markets and shore up confidence. The meeting, called by Brown, is intended to show the leaders can tackle a global economic slowdown. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
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