Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP
Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP
Mark Logan
Opinion

Opinion

Mark Logan

G7 summit shows China is still setting the agenda

  • From the ‘Build Back Better World’ infrastructure plan to vaccines for the developing world to protecting sensitive industries, the West seems to be taking its cues from China

Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP
Workers in Beijing set up flower decorations with a map showing the US, on June 13. Leaders of the world’s largest economies have unveiled an infrastructure plan for the developing world to compete with China’s global initiatives. Photo: AP
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