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Policy coordination eyed to tame growing worries

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G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors watch a video message from Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI -- Fiscal and monetary authorities from China and other Group of 20 nations hope to present bold policy collaboration to stave off risks from a slowing Chinese economy and weak oil prices.

     Chinese Premier Li Keqiang kicked off the meeting of finance ministers and central bank chiefs Friday night with a video message urging stronger coordination on macroeconomic policy.

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