ICYMI – The week of Summits
From Cornwall to Geneva, the week was packed with big news from meetings between world leaders.
In the run up to and during the G7 summit, Reuters was first with the biggest news: China and the corporate tax deal. Reuters exclusively reported the G7’s sharp criticism of China and was first to report the striking of a G7 corporate tax deal.
Reuters brought you exclusive interviews with British finance minister Rishi Sunak and British foreign minister Dominic Raab, who said some countries were using vaccines as a geopolitical tool, and revealed the Brexit discussions between French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Discover the stories that matter this week.
Are you supposed to be enjoying yourselves? Queen Elizabeth asks G7
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth met U.S. President Joe Biden under the canopy of the world’s largest indoor rainforest on Friday as she hosted a reception for leaders of the Group of Seven richest nations, who were holding a three-day summit.
Analysis: Biden talks down Russia, spurs allies in bid to back Putin into a corner
President Joe Biden on his first foreign foray sought to cast Russia not as a direct competitor to the United States but as a bit player in a world where Washington is increasingly pre-occupied by China.
Soccer-UEFA reminds teams of sponsorship obligations after Ronaldo Coca-Cola case
European soccer’s governing body UEFA has responded to Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo’s removal of a Coca-Cola bottle at a Euro 2020 news conference by telling teams they have contractual obligations towards tournament sponsors.