France has passed a new law that will tax digital giants on revenue accrued inside the country, even if their European headquarters are elsewhere.
The G7 ministers also called on greater mobilisation worldwide to 'prevent sexual and gender-based violence in conflict'.
Officials in Turkey say that the Saudis killed Khashoggi inside the consulate.
G7 ministers say a joint investigation into the crash has yielded 'compelling, significant and deeply disturbing' findings on Russia's involvement.
The euro gained 0.4% to $1.1816, closing in on a two-week high of $1.1840 touched on Thursday.
Asian markets fluctuated Monday after the G7 meeting ended with deep divisions between the US and its allies, while investors are looking ahead to Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
On Sunday, Xi and Putin toasted the expansion of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, an eight-member bloc designed to coordinate security policies across Asia.
The US blamed Canada on Sunday for the disastrous ending to the G7 summit, saying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "stabbed us in the back," while American allies held Washington responsible.
The summit did not mark the end of the transatlantic partnership between Europe and the US, Merkel said. But she repeated that Europe could no longer rely on its ally and should take its fate into its own hands.
At the same time he downplayed tensions at the acrimonious G7 meeting in Quebec City, after Trump disowned the joint summit statement and lambasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
This follows Donald Trump reneging on a joint statement made by G7 nations.
After yanking his endorsement of a joint statement at the G7 summit in Canada, Trump tweeted that his administration taking a "look at Tariffs on automobiles flooding the US market."
Just minutes after a joint communique that had been approved by the other leaders of the Group of Seven allies was published, Trump launched a Twitter broadside from aboard Air Force One.
The US president then had angry words for Trudeau, saying the Canadian prime minister had "acted so meek and mild" in their joint discussions only to later pledge in a press conference that he would not be pushed around.
The trade spat dominated the meeting, with Canadian and European leaders threatening retaliatory duties in response to the US levies.
Trump's proposal for Russia to be brought back into the fold -- which he made in Washington just before flying to Canada -- received short shrift from European members of the G7, including Britain, France and Germany on the first day of the summit.
Briefing reporters immediately before cutting short his stay at the conference in Quebec and heading to Singapore for a nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump firmly denied the G7 meeting had been contentious.
US president Donald Trump said North Korea had one shot to forge peace between North Korea and the world.
The six-plus-one tone of the gathering in Quebec means the leaders from Canada, Britain, the United States, France, Germany Italy and Japan are unlikely to issue a joint statement, too sharply divided on trade or the environment to reach consensus.
US trading partners have been furious over President Donald Trump's decision last week to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Canada, the European Union and Mexico as part of his "America First" agenda.
The sharp disagreements are making it difficult for nations to come up with a traditional concluding statement from the meeting, outlining the G-7 nations’ shared goals.
Trump’s Russia comment won a quick endorsement from Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who said on Twitter that Russia’s re-admission would be “in everybody’s interest.”
The euro has also held on to its latest gains on expectations the European Central Bank will soon start winding down its crisis-era stimulus, while oil added to Thursday's rally as Venezuela struggles to produce and export.
In a bid to rebuild America's industry, Trump has imposed hefty tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, including those from key G7 allies like Canada, Japan and the European Union.
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