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Ukraine parliament fails to appoint new finance minister, approve revised budget

Reuters Monday, 30 March 2020
Ukraine's parliament on Monday failed to gather enough votes to approve the appointment of a new finance minister or approve an emergency budget in response to the coronavirus epidemic.
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