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TPP lets Canadian beef carve a larger slice of Japan meat market

US share shrinks as trade deal diverts more Aussie product to China

Steak restaurants in Japan have shown a growing appetite for Canadian beef over the American product, due largely to its better flavor. (Photo by Kazuto Shimada)

TOKYO -- Japan's meat imports have begun to reflect changes brought on by two free trade deals Tokyo signed, about a year after the pacts went into force.

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