Japan to provide ¥20 billion fisheries support following Chinese ban

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Government plans to allocate new funds to support businesses affected by China’s decision to suspend imports of Japanese seafood

The Japanese government has begun work to allocate more than ¥20 billion to support fisheries and other businesses in response to China’s decision to suspend imports of Japanese seafood, with the funds being in addition to ¥80 billion previously designated for similar purposes.

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