“Beijing, Seoul to maintain limits on food imports” via the Japan Times Online

At meetings in Tokyo on Sunday, trade minister Banri Kaieda failed to persuade his Chinese and South Korean counterparts to ease food import restrictions introduced after the crisis began at the Fukushima nuclear power plant last month.

During bilateral and trilateral meetings with Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming and South Korean Trade Minister Kim Jonh Hoon, Kaieda called for the use of measures based on scientific fact.

“Beijing, Seoul to maintain limits on food imports”

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