China, Japan, S.Korea vow to provide ‘targeted’ support for recovery from pandemic
TOKYO — Finance ministers and central bank governors from China, Japan and South Korea vowed on Monday to provide necessary support by providing “targeted” measures for those most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
They pledged to “achieve inclusive recovery, preserve long-term fiscal sustainability and maintain financial stability” in a joint statement issued after a virtual meeting held on the sidelines of Asian Development Bank’s annual meetings.
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