Analysis: The EU-Japan trade deal, product-by-product

The European agri-food industry is, unambiguously, a net beneficiary of the new trade deal with Japan that was unveiled on Thursday (July 6).

The EU is a major supplier of the lucrative Japanese market,where the EU’s high-value food products are in demand. In 2016 the EU exportedagri-food goods worth €5.797 billion, ten times more than the EU imported fromJapan (€593m).


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