Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development

G7 pledges to invest $600 billion into infrastructure for developing countries

G7 leaders have pledged to raise $600 billion to fund infrastructure in developing countries. Image: John MacDougall/Pool via REUTERS

Andrea Shalal

Senior Correspondent, Reuters

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