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NZ fin min cancels Australia trip, will hold virus bilateral on Skype: media

Reuters Thursday, 12 March 2020
Australia's and New Zealand's top finance lawmakers will hold a Skype call to discuss economic threats from the coronavirus, after New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson canceled his trip to Canberra at the last minute, media reported on Friday.
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