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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Will the G7 summit lead to new ways of solving global problems?” – below is their description.
The ongoing G-7 Summit in Cornwall, England, from June 11 to 13, marks the first in-person talks between the leaders of the seven countries in nearly two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus of the meeting includes the pandemic, distribution of vaccines and the world economy. So, what would come out of the meeting? Where is the G7 headed? Will the leadership of the G7 lead to new ways of solving global problems?
China adopted an Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law on June 10. The law will provide a comprehensive legal basis for blocking illegal foreign sanctions and preventing Chinese individuals and entities from suffering damage. Why did China enact the law? What is its significance? How does it protect Chinese investors and businesses?
A bombshell report from ProPublica raises questions about the tax bills of wealthy Americans. The U.S. Treasury Department confirmed on June 8 that investigations are on. What do these data indicate? How fair is the taxation system?CGTN YouTube Channel
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