G7 Nations Call for Alternative Energy Development
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Group of Seven economies will call for the development of alternative energy sources in the face of record high crude oil prices when they meet next week in Washington, Kyodo news agency said on Tuesday.
Quoting from what it said was the draft of a statement to be released at the meeting, Kyodo also said the G7 would welcome the U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz's appointment as World Bank president.
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