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Japan Bank for International Cooperation, the government’s main overseas lender, sold its first bonds for funding environmental protection work Thursday, according to a release on its Web site.

Proceeds from the sale will help Japan play a more active role in working with developing countries to cope with problems arising from global warming and higher food prices.

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