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Friday, September 16, 2011

Season 2011 Episode 2590 | 53m 38s

Europe's economic leaders struggled anew Friday to find a way toward a rescue plan for troubled nations and aid for vulnerable banks. Also, Margaret Warner reports on Egypt's sluggish post-revolution economy and we get the analysis of Brooks and Marcus. Finally, we sit down with former Vice President Dick Cheney to discuss his new memoir and the have latest in our Economist Film Project series.

Aired: 09/15/11 | Expires: 10/16/11
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