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China, U.S. to set aside differences in G20 coronavirus summit: SCMP

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
China and the United States are expected to call a timeout on their coronavirus blame game and focus on the challenges of the pandemic when leaders of the G20 nations hold talks via video conference on Thursday, the South China Morning Post said.
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