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Top financial officials from the Group of 20 leading rich and developing nations met on the Indonesian island of Bali on Friday seeking strategies to counter the economic fallout from the war in Ukraine, inflation and other global crises.
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France, India agree to boost Indo-Pacific ties
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EU, African leaders to meet on sidelines of G20
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