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More than half of the farmers affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region remain unable to resume work, the government said in its fiscal 2011 white paper for agriculture released Tuesday.

With only about 40 percent of farmers who suffered tsunami damage having replanted, restoring the industry in the disaster-hit area continues to be the government’s agricultural policy priority, the annual report said.

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