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STORY: CAMERON OPTIMISTIC OVER EU CRISISDATELINE: Oct. 31, 2011LENGTH: 0:03:26LOCATION: LondonPKGINTRO:British Prime Minister David Cameron has called for global economic optimism ahead of the G20 summit, but the British public are unsatisfied with their current economic situation.PKG:Cameron has urged colleagues at home and abroad to avoid talking down domestic and global economic prospects.Writing in the Financial Times newspaper on Monday, Cameron said pessimism and fear can become self-fulfilling prophecies in global markets.The prime minster says the present global economic challenges can be overcome if leading nations confront debt.But many Britons are suspicious that a European super-state will exert increasing control over their lives.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) NEVILLE, BANKER "Okay I think it impact in many ways. Mainly you know when we want to borrow money the costs of funds is really high and there's nothing really you can do is just to settle at the moment and not do anything new Powered by Producer : Xinhua News Agency

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