Ozawa has long called for the creation of such a U.N. standby force, but this time he clarifies that personnel and equipment should be provided by Japan.
In calling for farm-sector reforms to raise Japan’s food self-sufficiency ratio, he proposes a system under which the government calculates the production cost of major farm products and, if the market price is below the cost, pays farmers the difference.
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