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Japan called Monday for substantial changes in a drafted plan for liberalizing agriculture at a World Trade Organization meeting in Geneva, trade officials said.

Japan, a major importer of farm products, said the plan lacks balance. It also said it cannot accept the draft in its entirety and demanded that changes be made, including to the formula for tariff cuts, the officials said.

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