Japan farm exports in 2022 1st half hit record high as more dine out


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Exports in the January-June period totaled 652.5 billion yen, supported by robust shipments to the United States as well as a weaker yen, according to the data released by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

Farmers: Thanks Japanese taxpayers for all the generous subsidies you have provided us over the years.

In return, we will continue to prop up the LDP oligarchy with our disproportionate voting power.

You are very welcome.

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And Western countries dont have subsidies for farms? What are you smoking?

Are you a Japanese nationalist what-aboutism bot?

Yes Western countries have farm subsidies.

So? Neither is justification for the other.

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> The value of Japan's agricultural and seafood exports in the first six months of 2022 expanded 13.1 percent from a year earlier, marking a record high for the period, as waning coronavirus cases encouraged more people to eat out, government data showed Friday.

It’s a pity that Japanese people can’t afford to buy food grown in Japan and have to eat Chinese imports or cheaper fruit such as bananas from the Philippines-shameful!

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