World's top financial chiefs meet in London to set agenda

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It's interesting that a real split has opened up," said Lee Branstetter, a professor of economics and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University. "On the one hand, Germany and France are focusing on pay, on the other side, Britain the U.S. and to some extent Japan are suggesting that government intervention, however well intentioned, could have unforeseen costs and limited benefits

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