African farmers fear large food production programme of Japan

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TBS | 4 June 2013

Hodo Tokushu (Special News)

African farmers fear large food production programme of Japan

The Japanese government is carrying out an agriculture development programme in Mozambique, Africa. It is a big cooperation project with the Brazilian government. Japan claims that it will bring its "success" in Brazil to Mozambique. However, local farmers are running campaigns to oppose this programme on the basis of the possibilities of losing their farmland. What is happening in Africa? We visited Brazil and Mozambique to find out.

(note: English subtitles only begin at 30 seconds on video 1)

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