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G-7 summit is Kishida's best chance to move Japan to green steel

Domestic producers are lagging behind in shift to low-emissions production

| Japan
An electric arc furnace at a steel mill in Peine, Germany: EAF technology has proved to be an important way to produce steel with low emissions. (dpa via AP)

Kenta Kubokawa is Japan analyst for climate think tank Transition Asia.

As we look ahead at global priorities this year, including energy security, inflation and decarbonization, the steel industry looks set to become a core element of the world's trade and sustainability transformation.

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