Discuss Japan > Timelines > “The consolidation of farmland is one of the most important policies of the Abe Cabinet in aiming to create ‘strong agriculture, forestry and fishery industries’ and ‘beautiful and vibrant rural areas.” Without the consolidation of farmland, there can be no improvement in productivity.” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the sixth meeting of the Headquarters on Creating Dynamism through Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery Industries and Local Communities.
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Timelines  Oct 04, 2013

“The consolidation of farmland is one of the most important policies of the Abe Cabinet in aiming to create ‘strong agriculture, forestry and fishery industries’ and ‘beautiful and vibrant rural areas.” Without the consolidation of farmland, there can be no improvement in productivity.” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the sixth meeting of the Headquarters on Creating Dynamism through Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery Industries and Local Communities.

“The consolidation of farmland is one of the most important policies of the Abe Cabinet in aiming to create ‘strong agriculture, forestry and fishery industries’ and ‘beautiful and vibrant rural areas.” Without the consolidation of farmland, there can be no improvement in productivity.” Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said at the sixth meeting of the Headquarters on Creating Dynamism through Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery Industries and Local Communities.

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