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Melanie Verwoerd writes that while several important measures were taken at this past weekend's G20 summit, they do not address the actual cause of the pandemic.

This past weekend, the G20 summit was held.

Although this annual meeting tends not to occupy the headlines for long (if at all), it is an extremely important event. Founded in 1999, the G20 is a forum for ministers from 19 countries and the EU to discuss (and sometimes agree on) measures to secure financial stability and growth in the world. 

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