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Five Years After Financial Meltdown, Obama Says More Work Aheadi
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September 17, 2013 1:42 AM
President Barack Obama has marked the fifth anniversary of the U.S. financial crisis. As VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports, he claims credit for major progress in the recovery from near collapse five years ago, but says more work lies ahead.

Five Years After Financial Meltdown, Obama Says More Work Ahead

Published September 16, 2013

President Barack Obama has marked the fifth anniversary of the U.S. financial crisis. As VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports, he claims credit for major progress in the recovery from near collapse five years ago, but says more work lies ahead.


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