U.S. and G-7 Allies Element Infrastructure Plan to Problem China


TELFS-BUCHEN, Austria—The U.S. and allies on Sunday laid out plans to speculate a whole lot of billions of {dollars} for infrastructure initiatives in growing nations in an try to problem autocracies and handle the same program by China.

President Biden, assembly with the Group of Seven leaders in Germany, stated the U.S. would contribute $200 billion over 5 years towards the Partnership for International Infrastructure and Funding, from a $2 billion photo voltaic mission in Angola to a $600 million submarine telecommunications cable connecting Singapore to France.

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