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G20 to do 'whatever it takes' to combat coronavirus

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
The Group of 20 major economies will do "whatever it takes" to overcome the coronavirus crisis and said on Thursday they are injecting $5 trillion into the global economy though national measures as part of their efforts to lessen its impact.
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