G7 finance ministers accuse the United States of steel import restrictions

Time: 2018-06-06
The Group of Seven (G7) finance ministers and central bank governors meeting held in Whistler, Western Canada, closed recently. 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.

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