Sino-Japanese Agricultural Trade Friction Analysis and China’s Countermeasures

Jie Lin, Yunfeng Wu

Abstract


With the growing volume of Sino-Japanese agricultural trade, the agricultural trade friction between China and Japan has never stopped. In the good Sino-Japanese economic and trade development, the agricultural trade friction has always bothered the further improvement of Sino-Japanese economic and trade relationship. A great amount of Chinese agricultural products are exported to Japan, which benefits Japanese citizens to a great degree. However, due to the weak international competitive advantage of Japanese agriculture, Japan is bound to exaggerate the issue of agricultural protection. In this paper, authors give a brief review of the evolvement of Sino-Japanese agricultural trade friction, analyze the causes from three aspects, namely Japan, China, and international world, and finally put forward countermeasures for coping with Sino-Japanese agricultural trade friction respectively from three levels, namely the Government, agricultural association, and agricultural export enterprise.


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