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The Iwate Prefectural Government has begun issuing certificates of origin for farm, fishery and processed food exports to comply with tougher rules adopted by Taiwan last week.

Iwate took the action Thursday to prevent local industries from being adversely affected by Taipei’s decision to require that all food imports from Japan carry certificates of origin due to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear crisis.

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