G7 finance minister will accuse US steel import restrictions Foreign media: it is rare

China News Service, June 3 According to foreign media reports, the meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group of Seven (G7) held in Whistler in western Canada ended on the morning of the 2nd. Canada announced the chairman’s summary that, in addition to the opinions of six foreign countries, the United States has accused the US steel import restrictions of allowing the G7’s unity and coordination to “face danger”. It asked the United States to convey “concern and disappointment” to President Trump.

The analysis pointed out that the documents published after the G7 meeting are rare for specific countries. Due to the intensification of opposition in the trade field, the joint statement will be abandoned and the relevant discussion will be held until the G7 Summit opened on the 8th.

In the chairperson’s summary, he criticized the United States’ initiation of restrictions on steel and aluminum imports from Japan, Europe and the United States as “destructive open trade and the trust of the global economy,” and indicated that “resolute action” was proposed at the summit to promote the promotion of freedom and fairness. Reciprocal trade coordination determination.

The chairman concluded that the global economy is strong and is expected to continue to grow in the future. On the other hand, it has reached consensus on the vigilance and continued surveillance of currency devaluations in some emerging market countries that have accompanied the United States to raise interest rates. In addition, it also confirmed the cooperation on the issue of enhanced supervision and cyber attacks on virtual currencies that are worried about terrorist funds. Taking into account the gap between the rich and the poor and the problem of children’s poverty, we proposed the formulation of policies that will benefit economic growth.

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Post time: Jun-04-2018
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