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G20 Economy Ministers hold preparatory meeting under the shadow of the coronavirus

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Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Feb 23 (EFE / EPA).- The Ministers of Economy and governors of the Central Banks of the G20 member countries hold a preparatory meeting on Sunday ahead of the sectoral meeting scheduled for November.(CAMERA: Noufal Ibrahim / Yayhya Arhab)INCLUDES RESOURCE IMAGES

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