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Japan's dairy import prices soar amid output cuts

Strong butter, cheese demand lets EU, Oceania milk the market

Higher cheese import prices could hit Japanese consumers.

TOKYO -- Cheese and butter import prices are climbing as exporting nations in Oceania and Europe curtail production of raw milk, while the yen's weakness against the dollar could eventually have a ripple effect on domestic retail prices.

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