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Japan, Australia, India to launch new supply chains 

Today’s Yomiuri front-paged a plan between Japan, Australia, and India to establish new supply chains. Japan will contribute by providing high-level manufacturing expertise, Australia will offer its abundant natural resources, and India will provide talented IT engineers. The economic ministers of the three countries will meet in the near future to release a joint statement on the initiative and are likely to ask ASEAN members to participate as well. The trilateral project is reportedly intended to reduce the excessive dependence on supply chains in China, which have been disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic.   

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