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Tariffs and Trump: Why the G7 Summit in Canada could be awkward

by Jessica Murphy (feat. Colin Robertson)

BBC News
June 5, 2018

Leaders of the world's wealthiest nations are about to descend on a luxury hotel located in a small Canadian tourist town in Quebec. But it's unclear if there's more to divide or unite them.

Canada, which holds the G7 presidency this year, will host the leaders of the US, Italy, France, Germany, the UK and Japan in the town of La Malbaie,

Here are four things to know before the two-day summit begins on Friday.

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