Leaders from the Group of 20 nations are moving toward a deal that would subject the economic policies of member countries to "peer reviews" of sorts, sources said. The leaders, who are meeting in the US, are also set to rein in bankers' bonuses and other types of remuneration by more closely tying compensation to risk. They are also expected to announce that the G-20 will replace the Group of Seven as the main economic forum, a source said.

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