WASHINGTON – The head of the World Bank urged Japan in a recent interview to develop more renewable energy sources while calling on emerging economies to get ready for a possible cutback in the U.S. central bank’s stimulus program.
“Japan . . . now needs to be even more aggressive in finding ways of using renewable sources,” World Bank President Jim Yong Kim told a group of news organizations from Japan and South Korea in Washington ahead of his trip to the two countries next month.