New Japanese PM Suga expected to stick close to predecessor’s climate line

Published 11:42 on September 16, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:47 on September 17, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Japan  /  No Comments

Yoshihide Suga was sworn in as Japan’s new prime minister on Wednesday, and is expected to follow in predecessor Shinzo Abe’s footsteps on energy and climate issues after confirming the ministers for those portfolios will remain in their roles.

Yoshihide Suga was sworn in as Japan’s new prime minister on Wednesday, and is expected to follow in predecessor Shinzo Abe’s footsteps on energy and climate issues after confirming the ministers for those portfolios will remain in their roles.

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