G7 Counter to China’s BRI: Too Little, Too Late
Smattering of projects pales in the face of Beijing’s vast infrastructure investment
The launch of a potential “Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment” by Washington, announced at the Group of Seven countries meeting in Bavaria over the past weekend as an antidote to China’s massive Belt and Road initiative, seems too little and too late.
In a prepared release from the meeting, the G7 – made up of Canada, France, Germany, I…
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