Can overcome economic crisis

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    The G20 summit in Mexico, where world leaders devoted their time to solve the Eurozone financial crisis, has ended.
    From this G20 summit world leaders agreed on the global efforts to unify Eurozone public finance and banking sector. At the Business summit (B20), President Lee Myung-Bak suggested few solutions in overcoming and implementing structural reform. His ideas gained great amount of support and world leaders identified with President Lee's solutions.
    In 2008, President Lee emphasized the importance of free trade agreements, and contributed to the world economy by freezing trade protections.
    We hope President Lee's solution presented at the G20 summit can lead the Eurozone to exit the plight of financial crisis.

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    Yes there needs to be free trade. Not just from one country to another but within one country. Currently we have governments propping up private institutions left and right. This is like the Dutch boy with his finger in the dike. Eventually it will all come down.
    Let failing businesses fail and then pick up the pieces.
     
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    Giant "Zones" only do one thing: Take freedoms from the average person under the control of those agreements.

    You see, a "zone" can't be successful if an individual country has any sort of document that guarantees it's people's freedoms, like the Constitution.

    Knock those systems down, then "EuroZones" can be implemented the world over.

    But do you see the price we pay? Our Freedoms.
     
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    Remind me what freedom you have given up with free trade zones.
     

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