The government plans to set up a top-level task force to strengthen the agriculture sector, which could face tough times if Japan joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade framework, government and ruling party sources said.
The ministerial-level task force, to be headed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and launched around May, will discuss how to promote farm product exports and preserve farmland, the sources said Tuesday.
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