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UK recovery still lagging other G7 economies as growth slows
UK GDP growth slowed between July and September, leaving the economy still around 2% smaller than it was before the pandemic and trailing the recovery in other G7 nations.
Afghanistan after neo-Taliban takeover
Here are the latest developments from Afghanistan following the second time takeover of the country by the Taliban militant group on August 15:
Iran rejects G7 accusations over tanker attack
Iran on Saturday rejected as psychological warfare "baseless" accusations by G7 foreign ministers that it was behind a deadly drone attack on a tanker off Oman last week, and said Tehran sought to enhance the security of the strategic Persian Gulf waterway.
Iran urges NATO, G7 to abide by int’l laws instead of lecturing others
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh dismissed the latest remarks by G7 and NATO leaders against Iran, stressing that they are in no position to preach to others, Iran in particular.
Outgoing UN aid chief slams G7 for failing on vaccine plan
Outgoing UN aid chief Mark Lowcock slammed the Group of Seven wealthy nations on Monday for failing to come up with a plan to vaccinate the world against COVID-19, describing the G7 pledge to provide one billion doses over the next year as a “small step”.
China denounces G7 statement, urges group to stop slandering country
China denounced on Monday a joint statement by the Group of Seven leaders that had scolded Beijing over a range of issues as a gross interference in the country’s internal affairs, and urged the grouping to stop slandering China.
‘Small’ groups don't rule the world: China cautions G7
China on Sunday pointedly cautioned Group of Seven leaders that the days when "small" groups of countries decided the fate of the world was long gone, hitting back at the richest democracies as they sought to act in concert to counter Beijing's might.
G7 rivals China with grand infrastructure plan
The Group of Seven richest democracies on Saturday sought to counter China's growing influence by offering developing nations an infrastructure plan that would rival President Xi Jinping's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative.
UK, EU show little sign of defusing post-Brexit row
Britain and the European Union showed little sign of defusing a post-Brexit trade dispute on Saturday, with both sides repeating their opposing positions even after US President Joe Biden encouraged them to find a compromise.
G7 countries move closer to tax plan for US tech giants
G7 countries that make up lucrative markets for US tech giants have moved closer to a plan to squeeze more tax money from the coffers of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
G7 vaccine pledge is just a drop in ocean, campaigners say
A Group of Seven plan to donate one billion COVID-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries lacks ambition, is far too slow and shows Western leaders are not yet up to the job of tackling the worst public health crisis in a century, campaigners said on Friday.
G7 nations reach historic deal on global tax reform
The finance ministers of the most advanced economies, known as the Group of Seven, have backed a proposal that calls for corporations around the world to pay at least a 15 percent tax on earnings.
G7 agrees to stop international funding for coal
The world's seven largest advanced economies agreed to stop international financing of coal projects that emit carbon by the end of this year, and phase out such support for all fossil fuels, to meet globally agreed climate change targets.
G7 foreign ministers call for ‘swift’ pullout of Eritrean troops from Tigray
The G7 group of leading economic powers on Friday called for a “swift, unconditional and verifiable” withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Ethiopia’s conflict-ridden northern Tigray region.
G7 deputies had call Thursday night about virus impact
G7 deputies held a telephone call on Thursday evening and shared the importance of cooperating in response to the global fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, the Japanese Finance Ministry's top financial diplomat said on Friday.

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