Officials from Britain, Canada and Australia quickly expressed support for the idea, and as a late-night Friday negotiating session in South Korea continued into Saturday morning, France and Japan came on board. But Germany, Europe’s largest exporter, expressed resistance, and China, whose currency battle with the United States has threatened to derail the process of global economic cooperation, has not formally weighed in.
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