Japan eyes expanded role for foreign farm specialists

TOKYO — Japan will consider letting foreign farming specialists work outside its national strategic zones, expanding a current plan to bolster a shrinking farm workforce. With its agricultural population on the decline, Japan needs to put foreigners to …
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