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Rice growers turn quiet on TPP

An expansion of minimum access quotas for rice is the remaining focal point of agricultural talks in the TPP trade negotiations.

TOKYO -- Rice growers in Japan are eerily quiet about Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.

     Japan's restrictions on imports of rice are the remaining focal point of agricultural negotiations for the ambitious trade liberalization pact. Pork and beef trade talks have been virtually settled with tariff reductions.

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