LONDON, England (CNN) -- Finance ministers from the world's leading economies have gathered in London to discuss the global economic crisis ahead of a full meeting of G-20 leaders later this month.
Topics on the agenda are likely to include whether bankers' bonuses should be curbed and how much longer government support of troubled financial institutions should continue. They meet amid a growing clamor as to how the financial system should be run.
The leaders of the G-20 economies will meet in Pittsburgh on September 24 and 25.
CNN's Richard Quest will be speaking to many of the key attendees at this week's meeting, including finance ministers from the world's leading industrial powers.
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