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Us G-30 Meeting: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman Says There Is A Need To Keep The Supply Chain Open For Raw Material Of Covid 19 Vaccine Need

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Published by: Kuldeep Singh
Updated Tue, 19 Oct 2021 01:06 AM IST

Summary

The Finance Ministry tweeted that Sitharaman said this while participating in the G-30 International Banking Seminar in a virtual way. The Finance Minister emphasized on equitable distribution of finance and technology solutions for climate and pandemic protection. He said that for this there is a need to raise finance in a focused manner.

G-30 meeting- Finance Minister Sitharaman
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has emphasized on creating an international financial framework to fight the worldwide Kovid-19 epidemic. There is a need to keep the supply chain open for vaccine raw materials, he said. The Finance Ministry tweeted that Sitharaman said this while participating in the G-30 International Banking Seminar in a virtual way.

Finance Minister emphasized on creating international financial framework in G-30 meeting
The Finance Minister emphasized on equitable distribution of finance and technology solutions for climate and pandemic protection. He said that for this there is a need to raise finance in a focused manner. The Finance Minister stressed the need for an international financial framework in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and said that new financial products should be introduced to take the green initiative forward.

He said that the World Health Organization (WHO) needs to be strengthened to effectively deal with the new challenges. The Finance Ministry quoted Sitharaman as saying that there is a need to keep the supply chain open for the raw material of the vaccine. Later, the Finance Minister addressed women entrepreneurs of Indian origin in New Jersey. Addressing women entrepreneurs, he said that India is on the way to rapid economic revival.

India has a lot of opportunities for the world
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman arrived here after her visit to Washington DC. He said that India has a lot of opportunities for the world. In Washington he attended the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). His one-week US tour began in Boston, where he held meetings with CEOs and participated in round tables with investors.

Expansion

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has emphasized on creating an international financial framework to fight the worldwide Kovid-19 epidemic. There is a need to keep the supply chain open for vaccine raw materials, he said. The Finance Ministry tweeted that Sitharaman said this while participating in the G-30 International Banking Seminar in a virtual way.

Finance Minister emphasized on creating international financial framework in G-30 meeting

The Finance Minister emphasized on equitable distribution of finance and technology solutions for climate and pandemic protection. He said that for this there is a need to raise finance in a focused manner. The Finance Minister stressed the need for an international financial framework in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and said that new financial products should be introduced to take the green initiative forward.

He said that the World Health Organization (WHO) needs to be strengthened to effectively deal with the new challenges. The Finance Ministry quoted Sitharaman as saying that there is a need to keep the supply chain open for the raw material of the vaccine. Later, the Finance Minister addressed women entrepreneurs of Indian origin in New Jersey. Addressing women entrepreneurs, he said that India is on the way to rapid economic revival.

India has a lot of opportunities for the world

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman arrived here after her visit to Washington DC. He said that India has a lot of opportunities for the world. In Washington he attended the annual meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). His one-week US tour began in Boston, where he held meetings with CEOs and participated in round tables with investors.

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