March 30, 2010 / 9:05 AM / 9 years ago

G20 must recommit to financial reforms: leaders

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Progress has been made toward stabilizing the global financial system but G20 countries must recommit to deliver on reforms that led to the crisis, G20 steering group leaders said in a letter on Tuesday.

“This will require that we maintain our vigilance to address the required reforms and guard against complacency as our economies recover,” the leaders said in presenting a roadmap for this year’s G20 summits.

The letter to fellow Group of 20 members was signed by U.S. President Barack Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. (Reporting by Matt Spetalnick)

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