Expert analyzes 'economic coercion' warning from G7 to China
A communique issued by G7 leaders at their summit in Japan says their nations would foster resilience in response to what they termed 'economic coercion'. The remarks were included in a section of the document outlining a common policy position on China. China's government has expressed strong opposition with the communique. CGTN spoke to Wang Huiyao, president of the Center for China and Globalization, about why China is being criticized over its trade practices.