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Japan, Australia, India to jointly enhance supply chains

  • September 2, 2020
  • , Mainichi, Yomiuri
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Yomiuri and Mainichi wrote that economic ministers of Japan, Australia, and India officially agreed during a videoconference on Tuesday to move forward with the idea of developing regional supply chains to strengthen their international competitiveness. The papers wrote that Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Kajiyama and his Australian and Indian counterparts stressed in a joint statement the need to enhance their supply chains in the view that the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted manufacturers’ supply routes. The three nations are considering inviting ASEAN nations to participate in the initiative.

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