AYLESBURY, England -- The Group of Seven leading industrial economies have wrapped up two days of discussions and committed themselves to nurturing the global economic recovery and to not manipulate their exchange rates.British finance minister George Osborne says Saturday that the G7 reaffirmed their commitment on exchange rates and to make sure policies are "oriented towards achieving domestic objectives."
G7 Commits to Not Manipulating Currency
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