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Analysts see G7 postponement as a possible boon for trade cooperation

June 1, 2020 at 4:34 PM
President Trump’s decision to delay a G7 summit that had been set for June will give countries more time to come up with substantial outcomes aimed at mitigating the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the economy and developing supply-chain solutions, according to analysts and former White House officials. Trump announced over the weekend that the G7 summit, which was slated for this month, likely will be held in September -- and said he hoped to invite South Korea, Australia, India and...

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