Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe outlines the main economic priorities for the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan.

Laura Hermes

2019-07-13 07:17:00 Sat ET

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe outlines the main economic priorities for the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. First, Asian countries need to forge the key Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for both free and fair trade in China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and the 10 members of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). This Asian trade bloc promotes sound and efficient trade relations as China, India, and Japan lead the mainstream consensus views on economic integration, financial stabilization, and intellectual property protection.

Second, Asian countries must help ensure the safe and free flows of data via digital networks. With respect to this recent digitization, the socioeconomic ramifications of data flows can rival, or may even surpass, the broader impact of petroleum and the internal combustion engine in the prior century. Third, Japan leads many Asian countries in terms of disruptive innovation that helps tackle global environmental degradation. In the new era of beautiful harmony, the Japanese Abe administration attempts to help reduce carbon emissions with better artificial photosynthesis. This innovative technology contributes to maximum sustainable employment, economic growth, and capital investment accumulation. Overall, the Abe administration hosts the G20 summit for better international trade, data, and environmental protection.

 


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