While trade is officially off the agenda after disagreements at the last meeting in March, 1 on 1 meetings on the subject are expected. How the Trump administration deals with some of its largest partners may lend insight into its approach in other parts of the globe.
May 10, 2017
‘On Friday, his Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, will be on the world stage for the start of two days of meetings in Bari, Italy, with finance ministers from the G7: The United States and six other major economies — Canada, Germany, Japan, Britain, France and Italy. The talks come amid a number of geopolitical uncertainties, especially when it comes to trade.’