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The Future of Asia 2022

Malaysia's Ismail Sabri says war, friction causing 'negative ripples'

'No country' can solve climate change problem on its own

Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says Southeast Asia is "one of the most vulnerable regions to the effects of climate change." (Photo by Suzu Takahashi) 

TOKYO -- Malaysian Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob warned Thursday that supply chain problems as a result of the Ukraine war and U.S.-China tensions are causing "negative ripple effects," urging countries to step up regional economic cooperation.

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