FSB tells G20 that Covid demonstrated value of global co-operation

By Justin Pugsley
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In a letter sent to G20 leaders ahead of their October summit in Rome, Financial Stability Board (FSB) chair Randall Quarles wrote that some of the lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic include the importance of global co-operation to help preserve financial stability. 

The letter, dated October 28, stressed the ...

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