French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) speaks next to French Economy Minister Christine Lagarde (R) during a press conference after a meeting with French bank executives over bonuses, on August 25, 2009 at the Elysee presidential Palace, in Paris, as he sought to position himself as a champion of greater market regulation ahead of next month's G20 summit. French banks agreed to adopt a system of performance-linked pay with both bonuses and penalties for traders, France's banking federation said, following talks with Sarkozy.
Everything is at risk ... The threat of espionage attacks on high-profile summits (such as the G20) is very real. Critical infrastructure, computer systems, it is a very serious situation.
The two sides should continue to coordinate positive in UN, G20, BRICS and will work together to uphold to the common interest of developing countries
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