G7: Biden says democracies in ‘contest with autocrats’ as G7 summit ends

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    The US president Joe Biden has said ‘America is back at the table,’ as the G7 summit comes to a close.

    Speaking in Newquay, southwestern England, after the three-day summit, Biden said democracies are in a race to compete with autocratic governments.

    He said the US was in a ‘contest with autocrats’ and that he wanted a democratic alternative to China’s belt and road initiative

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