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May 24, 2012, Speech by Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda on the Occasion of the 18th International Conference on the Future of Asia

"However, a rosy future in which affluence will spread to every corner of Asia is not so such a simple matter as to be automatically realized without effort on our part. In Asia, which is prone to natural disasters, it is essential to learn from the lessons of the Great East Japan Earthquake and strive to build disaster-resilient towns. For Asia, which is the world's largest fossil fuel-consuming region, it is an urgent task to materialize "low-carbon growth." We must make an early start in fully preparing for social problems to be caused by the aging of society. Japan is a looking glass that offers a glimpse of the future of Asia as a whole: We must tackle the challenges earlier than any other Asian country."

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Speech by Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda on the Occasion of the 18th International Conference on the Future of Asia, May 24, 2012

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