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Syria could re-write G20 Russia menu

5 September 2013 Last updated at 02:28 BST

Leaders of the G20 nations are gathering in St Petersburgh in Russia on Thursday.

They will be doing their best to focus on a host of economic issues but Syria is set to dominate the two-day summit.

Global markets have been volatile on concerns about a possible US military intervention.

But investors are also nervous about the US winding down its stimulus measures, and what that will mean for emerging markets everywhere.

Sharanjit Leyl took Ernst and Young's managing partner for Singapore and Asean, Max Loh, to a Russian restaurant and asked him what he expected to see on the G20 menu.

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