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Japan looks to lift food exports with greater policy coordination

More communication needed to raise safety standards in line with trade partners

Cattle at a farm on the northern island of Hokkaido. Not all of Japan's beef processing plants can ship abroad due to regulatory barriers.

TOKYO -- Japan will streamline policy coordination among government agencies in a bid to expand food exports, according to sources.

Japanese exports of agricultural, forestry and fishery products and processed food are expected to hit 1 trillion yen ($9 billion) by 2020. The government wants to increase this to 5 trillion yen by 2030, from 906 billion yen in 2018.

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