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nginx of the streets in force , thousands gathering thursday in munich ahead of the weekend's g. seven summit nearby ski resort , protesters say european leaders aren't doing enough about issues including climate change and global poverty flutist correspondent who carol says a plan trans atlantic trade deal is also stirring opposition in germany , there is concern in germany about complete competition from the united states with beauty tip cry until there is a concern among many people in germany are not shared by the government , that this will lead you standards and that essentially that business will be undercut by competition from the united states the summit brings together leaders of the world's seven most industrialized countries britain canada france germany italy japan and the united states activists say they have repeatedly failed to act on pressing global issues , between ten and thirty thousand protesters are expected to camp outs need the luxury hotel where talks are taking place , inside the hotel the attending heads of state who have moved them protesters on their mind one other big subject that could come up is grace , optically if there's no deal when %HESITATION increases jamaica big payment to the international monetary fund purchase remain peaceful for now the fifteen thousand police officers are patrolling the streets , and u. s. army personnel beautifies not to wear anything identifying them as american