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Japan has drawn up an action plan to achieve its goal of boosting farm exports to ¥2 trillion by 2025 as it aims to make products such as wagyu and sake more competitive in the global market.

The action plan designates 27 key agricultural, fishery and forestry items, also including apples and other fruit as well as seafood such as yellowtail and scallops, and sets export targets to be achieved by that year. It identifies specific markets where demand for the key items is high, and calls for efforts to better serve their needs.

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