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A Study on the Strategy of Japan as an Advanced Country in International Grain Distribution Markets

Purpose - The object of this paper is to ascertain how Japan has become a powerful trader in the international grain market. A case in point is the world's third largest U.S. major grain trader, Gavilon, merged with general trading company Marubeni in 2012. What are Japan's strategies and their implications? Research design, data, and methodology - The study analyzed Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries data, and data from daily and weekly papers. The paper employed various data and research methodologies. Results - The Lee Myeong-Bak government tried for three years to create a company similar to Cargill, but the project eventually failed. On the other hand, Japan has emerged as a leader in the international grain distribution market for the past 50 years, with the cooperation of government and private companies. Conclusion - The findings of this study show that Korea, China, India, and other countries' international major grain companies now compete to be powerful, major grain traders. South Korea could be the leader of the international grain market through the development of a more careful and long-term strategy.

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Theoretical Backgrounds

3. Japan's Food Security Policy and the Overseas Agricultural Development Association

4. Japan's Remarkable Achievements in International Grain Distribution Markets

5. Conclusions and Implications

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