TOKYO, March 20 (Reuters) - A leading Japanese business lobby on Thursday played down risks to the economy from the U.S.-led military attack on Iraq but hoped for a quick end to the war. Yoshihisa Akiyama, head of the Kansai Economic Federation based in the western city of Osaka, said the authorities should step up cooperation to ensure economic and financial stability. "As for the nation's energy supply now that war has begun, we have sufficient means to cope, such as state stockpiles, ...
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