The leaders of the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund and World Bank urged G-20 leaders to reinvigorate trade by reducing trade barriers and curbing trade-distorting subsidies while simultaneously seeking better policies to support workers who have lost their jobs.
In a statement released ahead of the summit of G-20 leaders in Hamburg, Germany, WTO director-general Roberto Azevêdo, IMF managing director Christine Lagarde and World Bank president Jim Yong K
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