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Japan should bridge gap between G-7 and G-20

Experience leading larger group to help in coordinating pursuit of common agenda

| Japan
The G-20's gathering of finance ministers and central bank governors in Bali in July ended without even a joint communique.   © AP

Tetsushi Sonobe is dean and chief executive of the Asian Development Bank Institute in Tokyo. Syed Munir Khasru is chairman of the international think tank Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance.

Global cooperation should be getting stronger given the numerous interconnected crises facing the world, including the Ukraine war, rampant inflation, and high energy and food prices.

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