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G20 leaders commit to united front against pandemic

Reuters | Dubai | Updated: 26-03-2020 21:39 IST | Created: 26-03-2020 20:29 IST
G20 leaders commit to united front against pandemic

G20 leaders said during on Thursday they were committed to presenting a united front against the coronavirus pandemic, calling it their "absolute priority" to tackle its health, social and economic impacts. During an video conference of the world's major economies, the leaders said they were committed to restoring confidence, preserving financial stability and reviving growth.

They said they were committed to resolving disruptions to global supply chains and asked finance ministers and central bank governors to coordinate regularly together and with international organisations to develop an action plan in response to the pandemic.

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