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Academic outlines challenges for Japan’s G20 presidency

Japan can play a leading role in developing global agreements on trade and climate change if it manages to balance the competing interests of China and the United States, an Australian academic has said.

Shiro Armstrong, a foreign policy research fellow at the Australian National University in Canberra, says the trade war between China and the US has already shaken confidence in global markets and disrupted investment.

In an editorial published by a Tokyo-based think tank, the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, he explains how Japan can help shepherd the global economy through this crisis.

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