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U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said confidence was growing that the
"There is more confidence now that the most acute part of the crisis is over, absolutely in the
"I think there is much more confidence now that we've got a sustainable expansion. It is not a boom. It's not going to offer the prospect of a rapid decline in the unemployment rate."
Geithner said there was a growing recognition that the
"Political will is not fully manifest at the moment but it's coming, there's no alternative to it. We can't grow our way out of it," he said.
But he added the country should avoid cutting spending too deeply in order not to hurt the recovery.
"I know there are people who would like to make very deep cuts that would undermine the recovery," he said.
Geithner said he would not put inflation at the very top of a list of global concerns but said it was a serious challenge for developing markets.
He said the
"I think we are at a beginning, I still think at a very early stage of what's going to be a long period of exceptional growth in emerging markets around the world," he said
He said it would be easier for emerging economies, especially