According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, a senior Japanese Ministry of Finance said that most G20 finance leaders see escalating trade tensions posing a huge risk for the global economy. The official told reporters, “With so many countries expressing concern over the fallout (from the trade tensions), there seems to be some momentum to reflect that in the communique. But there’s no conclusion yet." Reuters reports that G20 finance ministers and central bank governors gathering in the southern Japanese city of Fukuoka discussed the global economy and threats to its expected growth, among other topics, over the course of the two day meeting that concluded on Sunday.

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