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                                        G-20 Must Meet Again to Coordinate a Global Response to Covid-19, Open Letter Says

                                        2020年06月02日 18:23 来源于 财新网
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                                        More than 250 former world leaders and top academics call on G-20 to formulate a coordinated response to Covid-19
                                        The consequences of not acting now would be felt for the rest of the decade, say more than 250 former world leaders, heads of international organizations and top academics.

                                        Gordon Brown is a former prime minister of the United Kingdom. Erik Berglof is director of the Institute of Global Affairs of London School of Economics.

                                        This joint letter, an exclusive for Caixin to publish in China, was co-signed by more than 250 former heads of states, leaders of international organizations and leading academics calling on the G-20 leaders to formulate a coordinated response to the Covid-19 medical emergency and economic crisis in emerging and developing economies. Please see a full list of signatories here.

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