* G20 acknowledges benefits of growth need to be better shared
CHENGDU, China, July 24 Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso welcomed on Sunday that G20 finance leaders reaffirmed their support for currency market stability in a communique issued at the end of a two-day meeting.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 Finance leaders of the Group of G20 economies gathered in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu for a two-day meeting to discuss issues affecting the global economy ranging from growing dissatisfaction with globalisation and industrial overcapacity to risks from Brexit.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 Turkey wanted the final communique of the world's financial leaders meeting in China this weekend to include an endorsement of the current government after the failed coup attempt last week, but did not succeed, G20 officials said.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 Structural reforms are important to bolster economic growth and share the benefits broadly, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said on Sunday after a meeting of G20 ministers.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 Britain's new finance minister Philip Hammond sought to address concerns among global finance chiefs about the uncertain path ahead for the country's exit from the European Union, saying there could be more clarity later this year.
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LONDON, July 24 Overseas buyers lured by a plunge in the pound are looking to snare British companies on the cheap, ensuring a steady flow of deals since Britain voted to leave the European Union and defying expectations of an M&A drought.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said he told a meeting of policymakers from the Group of 20 economies that the United States's economy was strong and its job market was healthy.
CHENGDU, China, July 24 The United States and China discussed the importance of working together to negotiate new international guidelines governing the provision of export credits and on addressing global excess industrial capacity, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said.
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