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Prime Minister Taro Aso’s list of diplomatic accomplishments may be short but Japan’s latest aid project in southeastern Africa could eventually become a key resource to support the nation’s food security.

Kenzo Oshima, senior vice president of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the world’s largest aid agency, believes the joint venture with Brazil in Mozambique could also reduce poverty in Africa.

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