G7 leaders attempt to rival China with infrastructure project

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    The Group of Seven leaders have backed a global infrastructure plan to compete with China’s Belt and Road initiative.

    The announcement came on day two of the leaders’ UK summit.

    But with the UN secretary-general at the table, global health and access equity was still a major talking point.

    Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Cornwall, UK.

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