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Japan presented a detailed explanation Tuesday to the World Trade Organization on its proposal to introduce new safeguard restrictions against sudden surges in a new category of agricultural imports.

In a paper presented to the WTO Committee on Agriculture, the Japanese government urged that safeguards be applied “in a timely and effective manner” when a WTO member country faces a sudden surge of imports of seasonable and perishable produce.

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