Wolfgang Schaeuble (center), Germany’s finance minister, and Pier Carlo Padoan (left), Italy’s finance minister, listened at a recent panel discussion during the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group annual meetings in Washington, D.C.
Wolfgang Schaeuble (center), Germany’s finance minister, and Pier Carlo Padoan (left), Italy’s finance minister, listened at a recent panel discussion during the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group annual meetings in Washington, D.C. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg
Wolfgang Schaeuble (center), Germany’s finance minister, and Pier Carlo Padoan (left), Italy’s finance minister, listened at a recent panel discussion during the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group annual meetings in Washington, D.C. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg

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