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Japan has proposed to lift tariffs on all items aside from its five “sacred” farm products within 10 years, according to sources involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks.

By suggesting a relatively short moratorium period, the government is apparently trying to take a conciliatory stance in talks on the U.S.-led free trade pact, which is based on the principle of eliminating all tariffs.

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