JP export of agricultural products in 2014 grew to highest since 1955 / The second largest importer is USA
On 2/10/2015, MAFF (the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) announced the export value of Japanese agricultural products grew to the highest since they started taking the statistics in 1955. The value was 622 billion (611,700,000,000) yen, which increased 11.1 % from the previous year. The export value has been stably increasing since 2012.
The largest importer was Hong Kong, the second largest importer was USA.
Among the export items, the most increased item was pearl to Hong Kong, which increased 43.2 % from the previous year. The second most increased item was scallop to USA, which increased 24.1 % from the previous year.
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Le 10 février 2015, le MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) a annoncé la valeur des exportations agricoles japonaises a atteint son record depuis qu’ils ont commencé à tenir des statistiques en 1955. Cette somme est de 622 milliards de yens(611 700 000 000 yens), elle a augmenté de 11,1 % depuis l’an dernier. La part des exportations agricoles augmente de façon continue depuis 2012.
Le premier importateur est Hong Kong, le second les USA.
Sur les produits exportés, la plus grosse augmentation concerne les perles, sur Hong Kong, qui ont augmenté de 43,2 % en un an. La suivante concerne des pétoncles vers les USA, qui ont augmenté de 24,1 % en un an.
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