Asian hopes high for G20 results

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As the G20 meeting in Mexico continues, Asian countries are keen to see if the powerful group of leaders can come up with a plan to spur growth amid the ongoing eurozone debt crisis.

With world trade expected to expand by 3.7% in 2012, compared to 5% in 2011, many of Asia's top export led countries continue to be affected.

Among the top 20 biggest exporters in the world are China, South Korea, and India.

Three BBC correspondents in those countries tell us about expectations for the G20 meet.

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