Japan gets its way at G20 on warning against recent market rout

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Japan’s calls to add a warning against recent market volatility were reflected in the G20 finance leaders’ communique, its vice finance minister said in a sign of Tokyo’s concern over the risk of another yen spike that could …
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