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Aussie beef grows pricier in Japan despite tariff cut

TOKYO -- The price of Australian beef has risen in Japan, even after the import tariff was reduced under a bilateral trade pact that took effect a year ago.

     Higher prices in the Australian market more than offset the lower levies. Import volume has risen only slightly, while cheese and wine imports jumped on the lower prices.

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