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Indonesia's business lobby urges G-20 to 'put aside differences'

Trade leader warns of social unrest as Ukraine war triggers inflation spike

Arsjad Rasjid, chair of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, calls for G-20 unity during a recent online interview with Nikkei Asia. (Photo courtesy of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's largest business lobby is urging unity among leading rich and developing nations to overcome global economic issues, warning of a need to stave off social unrest as the Russia-Ukraine war fuels food and energy crises across the world.

"The G-20 Summit in November ... is more important than ever. Let's put aside the differences [and] unite in how to find ways to collaborate in order to face these economic challenges globally," Arsjad Rasjid, chair of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, or Kadin Indonesia, told Nikkei Asia in a recent interview.

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