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Assessing the Power of Japan's Agricultural Lobby

MIN READMay 4, 2015 | 09:30 GMT

A Japanese farmer plants rice seed at Tawa rice terrace in Sayo, Hyogo prefecture, Japan.
A Japanese farmer plants rice seed at Tawa rice terrace in Sayo, Hyogo prefecture, Japan.

(BUDDHIKA WEERASINGHE/Getty Images)

Although it has made some concessions to the Japanese government, the Japan Agriculture Group will remain a powerful political force for years to come....

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