What priorities should (South) African leaders take in to the London Summit?
The gathering overall economy has induced major economic problems for African countries. This column highlights several key priorities for (South) African representatives to take in to the London Summit, including maintaining usage of finance, open markets and redoubling African economic reform efforts.
As the global financial meltdown deepens, so high-level attempts to contain its fallout intensify, and therefore interest in the London Summit, convened by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown for April 2nd, 2009, is quite high. The agenda is extensive and potentially far-reaching, albeit opaque to those in a roundabout way involved with international financial markets as either participants or regulators.