October 1, 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) - Financial leaders are pledging to address the risks posed to the global recovery from high government debt.
The policy-setting panel of the 186-nation International Monetary Fund says there are signs that the recovery from the global downturn is gaining strength. But the IMF committee says in a statement that many challenges remain.
The IMF says it's strongly committed to addressing the risks posed by high government deficits. The debt crisis in Greece has dominated the IMF's meetings in Washington this weekend.
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