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Japan's farm co-ops set for biggest shake-up in 60 years

TOKYO -- The organization in charge of Japan's agricultural cooperatives has agreed to cede centralized control in the most profound change to sweep the politically powerful body in the postwar era.

     The Central Union of Agricultural Cooperatives, also known as JA-Zenchu, relented Monday after initially fighting the government's proposal for transforming it.

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