G20 issues currency pledge

Finance ministers agree to “work more closely with one another” to avoid global currency war.

Finance ministers from the Group of 20 issued a strong declaration underlining opposition to global currency war.

Two days of talks in Moscow held by finance ministers and central bank governors from the European Union and other leading and emerging economies ended on Saturday (16 February) with a statement pledging not to “target our exchange rates for competitive purposes”.

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