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PM at G20: Coordinated efforts by largest economies will lead to faster recovery from pandemic

DNA Sunday, 22 November 2020 ()
Speaking at the summit, Modi said that coordinated efforts by the largest economies of the world will surely lead to faster recovery from Covid-19.
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