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Stories | The serious talks about trade wars and the slowdown in the world economy that take place this weekend in Washington suffered an unexpected interruption on Saturday with "Baby Shark," the musical hit on a family of sharks.

At a press conference at the end of the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, a journalist in the front row received a phone call, and the tone of his cell phone was none other than the catchy children's song.

Amid a laugh, the IMF chief, Kristalina Georgieva, continued her comments by barely glancing at the offensive mobile phone.

"Baby Shark," a nightmare for parents and teachers around the world, went viral at the beginning of the year, driven by the frenzy of her dance and a hypnotically colorful video.

The annoying melody, which entered the Billboard ranking and its video was played millions of times on YouTube, came to be used in West Palm Beach, Florida, to try to deter the homeless from congregating in a public area.

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