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Quad to discuss joint investments in chips, critical minerals

Leaders set to agree on creating public-private investor network during Japan talks

Advanced semiconductors are one area in which Japan, the U.S., Australia and India will discuss joint investment. (Photo by Tomoki Mera)

HIROSHIMA, Japan -- The U.S., Japan, India and Australia are close to an agreement on setting up a public-private body to discuss joint investment in strategic goods like cutting-edge semiconductors and critical minerals, Nikkei has learned.

The countries make up the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or Quad, whose leaders will meet on the sidelines of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies summit here.

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