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A divisive deregulation is on the horizon at Tokyo’s Toyosu wholesale food market, with rules that limit large-volume fish purchases to intermediate wholesalers, select major supermarkets and other certified entities expected to be removed in June 2020.

The move is among measures announced by the central government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, which supervise and manage the market, to shore up fish trading volumes.

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