Japan pledges $40 million to ADB fund for infrastructure development

YOKOHAMA – Japan pledged Saturday to provide $40 million via the Asian Development Bank to help developing nations introduce advanced technology in response to growing infrastructure needs in the region. In a speech delivered at an annual gathering of …
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