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Japan should position its agriculture as an industry with potential for growth that can compete internationally, a Tokyo-based think tank said in a report released Wednesday.

For that to happen, the government needs to radically overhaul farmland policies and the rice production quota system, introduce incentives to expand food production and link the nation’s agriculture to global markets, said the report by the Japan Forum on International Relations.

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