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Supply Chain

With China in mind, G-7 to call for groupwide supply chains

Economic security to be major topic at Hiroshima summit in May

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will host a G-7 summit in May. (Photo courtesy of the Cabinet Secretariat of Japan) 

TOKYO -- The Group of Seven major economies will call for the creation of groupwide supply chains for strategically important goods to be included in their joint document issued at the May leaders summit in Hiroshima, Nikkei has learned. 

The idea is to expand various international supply chain arrangements being established individually by Japan and the U.S., and the U.S. and Europe, for example, to a cover the entire G-7.

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