Visibility is the key for both Japan and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in their efforts to enhance mutual cooperation, according to senior officials at the world’s largest policy think tank.

Japan — as the second-largest contributor to the OECD budget after the United States — is seeking to enhance its presence by increasing the number of Japanese in the 2,000-member OECD Secretariat from the current 73.

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