Biden asks G-7 to take tougher line on China, but not all are enthusiastic

But some of the leaders Biden is seeing for the annual Group of Seven nations are less eager to prod Beijing over its labor practices, and it was not clear whether Biden could persuade them to fully back his proposal to call out China for its use of forced labor, including of the Uyghur ethnic and religious minority...

Germany, which exports millions of cars to China, is among the G-7 members with a skeptical view on how hard to push China on some human rights questions. And Italy signed a 2019 memorandum of understanding with China to join its “Belt and Road Initiative,” the sprawling infrastructure development project that the G-7 is now attempting to blunt.