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Japan exports seafood surplus as demand for sushi drops at home

Strategy has been a success as falling yen has made Japanese products cheaper for some importers

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Demand for seafood has been dropping in Japan for much of the past decade as people eat more pork and beef, forcing domestic fishermen to look for buyers abroad.

Tokyo

THE country that gave the world sushi now finds itself with too much fish. Demand for seafood has been dropping in Japan for much of the past decade as people eat more pork and beef, forcing domestic fishermen to look for buyers abroad. With the help of a plunging yen, that strategy

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