Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s biggest economies were divided on a variety of issues including Russia’s war in Ukraine, according to a Group of 20 statement released three days later than usual amid tensions over the invasion and its impact on global growth. Photo: AFP
Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s biggest economies were divided on a variety of issues including Russia’s war in Ukraine, according to a Group of 20 statement released three days later than usual amid tensions over the invasion and its impact on global growth. Photo: AFP
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Delayed G20 statement shows division within bloc, Asia over Ukraine war, oil

  • Normally such a document is released within hours of the session, but last week the finance chiefs clashed over a variety of issues
  • Agreement has become tougher since Russia’s invasion, with members like the US opposing the war, while China and India have been less clear of their views

Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s biggest economies were divided on a variety of issues including Russia’s war in Ukraine, according to a Group of 20 statement released three days later than usual amid tensions over the invasion and its impact on global growth. Photo: AFP
Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s biggest economies were divided on a variety of issues including Russia’s war in Ukraine, according to a Group of 20 statement released three days later than usual amid tensions over the invasion and its impact on global growth. Photo: AFP
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