Japan Finance Minister to Host G7 Meeting in Washington on April 12

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TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) – Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki announced on Tuesday that Japan will chair a Group of Seven financial leaders’ meeting in Washington on April 12, to discuss global economic fundamentals, global supply chain, inflation, and the Ukraine Crisis.

Suzuki will visit Washington, DC to host the G7 Financial Leaders' Meeting on the sidelines IMF and World Bank Annual Gatherings. The G7 includes Britain, Canada France Germany Italy the United States of America and Japan.