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G-7 concerns about China's 'coercive' economic policies

We want to build the investment reach, the economic trade reach, says British Foreign Secretary

The Group of Seven major industrialized countries are concerned on Dec. 12 about the "coercive" economic policies of China at Liverpool, England.   © Reuters

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) -- The Group of Seven major industrialized countries are concerned about the "coercive" economic policies of China, British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Sunday.

"We have been clear at this meeting this weekend that we are concerned about the coercive economic policies of China," Truss said at a G7 news conference in Liverpool.

"And what we want to do is build the investment reach, the economic trade reach, of like-minded, freedom-loving democracies."

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