Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP
Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP
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G20 to warn of risks of coronavirus variants amid ‘great divergences’ in global economic recovery

  • A Group of 20 draft statement indicates policymakers are not ready to give the all-clear signal on the pandemic due to Delta and other variants
  • The statement also includes a pledge ‘to use all available policy tools for as long as required to address the adverse consequences of Covid-19’

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Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP
Daniele Franco, Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance, stumbles after his speech during a press conference on Friday at the G20 finance ministers and central bankers meeting in Venice. Global tax reform is at the top of the agenda as the world's biggest economies seek to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share. Photo: AFP
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