G7 aims to ‘derisk’ ties with China, reaches out to Global South

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Leaders from the G7 were taking a tougher line on China amid growing alarm at their own dependence on the World’s second-largest economy and frustration over a range of trends – from Beijing’s relationship with Russia to its overtures to the Global South. On the second day of the Group of Seven summit in Japan, leaders from the wealthy democracies were focussed on their stance toward China, pointing to need to diversify their supply chains and protect sensitive technologies, while maintaining economic ties. US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the G7 statement on dealing with China,…

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