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Beef issues caused by trade liberalization

, : Beef issues caused by trade liberalization. Food Policy Study ( 71): 56-105

The effects of liberalization of trade and especially of the beef trade on dairy farming in Japan have been marked. The balance in production has changed and the industry has decreased in size, with the numbers of producers decreasing and farmers retiring from the dairy industry early. Prices of both meat and milk have decreased.

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