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Fruit in Japan: Policies and Issues $69.00
Editors: Paul C. Bradley
Book Description:
Japan is a large market for fruits and its consumers spend $10 billion per year (wholesale value) on fresh and preserved fruits. The United States, the second-largest foreign supplier of fruits to Japan, sent about $450 million in fruit exports to Japan in 2009, 10 percent of total U.S. fruit exports. Japanese government policies regarding this large market affect U.S. fruit exports and offer a point of comparison for other developed countries. Consumption of traditionally important fruits, such as citrus fruits and apples, has been declining and expenditures on fruits for consumption at home have decreased. This book examines Japan's policies that protect and regulate its agricultural markets. Japan's policies affect existing trade patterns and are relevant to the current round of global trade negotiations conducted by the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Table of Contents:

Fruit Policies in Japan
(United States Dept. of Agriculture)

The Japanese Market for Oranges
(United States Dept. of Agriculture)

Declining Orange Consumption in Japan (Generational Changes or Something Else?)
(Hiroshi Mori, Dennis Clason, Kimiko Ishibashi, William D. Gorman, John Dyck, United States Dept. of Agriculture)


      Asian Political, Economic and Security Issues
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2010 4th quarter
   Pages: 6 x 9
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-224-4
   Status: FM
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