The Group of 7, the US, Canada, France, Japan, UK, Germany and Italy met in Cornwall, England for three days to co-ordinate economic policies post pandemic, agree a new infrastructure investment plan and discuss the rise of China as a global economic power. But the G7 members represent less than 45% of global GDP versus over 70% in the early 1990s. And China warned that gone are the days when a small group of countries could dictate world economic policies. Trevin Stratton discusses the outcome of the Summit.
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