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  1. Elliot Hentov:

    During crisis moments some might again step in when valuations are low, but they'll be less contrarian, they'll generally be more cautious of placing additional funds into the private markets as it would require a significant relaxation of risk tolerance, particularly where faced with extended holding periods of their existing commitments.

  2. Mohammad Javad Zarif:

    We consider the U.S. government responsible for fulfilling its international commitments under international laws.

  3. Geoffrey Starks:

    I have little confidence that these commitments will protect competition and result in deployment of 5G services beyond what might have occurred in the absence of a merger.

  4. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras:

    Greece has already started fulfilling its commitments mentioned in the Eurogroup decision of 20 Feb so we are doing our part and we expect our partners to do their own, and I'm very optimistic ... that we will find a solution because I strongly believe that this is our common interest. I believe that there is no Greek problem, there is a European problem.

  5. Senate President Bukola Saraki:

    The dwindling oil revenue has brought enormous shock to our economy and greatly limited the capacity of government at various levels to meet even basic commitments, our country has gone through periods of recession in the past. What we face today is however unprecedented in ramification and potential gravity.

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