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Japan has resumed rice exports to China after radioactive contamination from the Fukushima disaster resulted in bans in some eastern prefectures, the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations said Friday.

Exports resumed after a bilateral agreement allowing Japanese rice produced outside 10 prefectures to be shipped to China as long as they are accompanied by government-issued certificates of origin.

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