Exclusive: IMF, World Bank consider 'virtual' Spring Meetings as virus spreads


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Growing concerns inside the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank about the spread of the new coronavirus have prompted the institutions to consider scaling back their Spring Meetings in April or hold them by teleconference, people familiar with the discussions said on Wednesday.
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