Transcripts of the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve from 2002–2008.

Or the G-10. The trouble is that if we go from G-7 to G-10, I’m not sure that’s an improvement. So as a matter of course, I would not merely say that there’s nothing we can do about it and that we should just forget about trying to do so and go on our merry way. The problem is that no one else is doing anything. The probability of our thinking about it and coming up with and doing something constructive is very low, but it’s not zero, and it’s probably zero for most of the rest of the world. President Santomero.

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