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LONDON (Reuters) – Finance ministers and central bank heads from the Group of Seven industrialised nations discussed on Friday ways to steer the world economy out of the coronavirus crisis, Britain, which is currently chairing the G7, said.

“Ministers and central bank governors exchanged views on how best to shape and respond to the phases of the global recovery from COVID-19, including supporting workers and businesses in dealing with the pandemic while ensuring sustainability in the long term,” the British finance ministry said.

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