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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

Japan's nuclear crisis main mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of the Japan's busiest fish market, but now there are fewer fish to sell.


Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions  have been totally halted.


The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.


Last Friday, China join the number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food.


Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connine Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.


Consumer confidenc is yes, somewhat shanken I would say amongst some of Singapore populace, but it can be helped, I think.


The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas. And so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the materical and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.


Medical physist Jerrold BushBerg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use.  But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.


Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water. But the tsunami also destroied seafood, sank fishing boats  boats and leveled processing plants.


Charles Ebinger studies the politics of energy at the Brooking Institution , in Washington DC. Mr Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food food is over stated. Still the affacted areas of northeastern in Japan are deeply  dependent on agriculture and fish, he said. So their economy could suffer the most.


Ant that's VOA Special Englsih Agricultute Report written by Jerrylin Watson. You can download free transcripts and mp3s of all of our reports and other VOA Special English programs at voaspecial.com. I'm Bob Doughty.

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This is Voa special english agriculture report
Janpan unclear crisis may mean greater demand for import food has less competetion form Janpanese products on world markets , but also means that Janpanese farmers and others may can sell the foods have to worry about their future .
The *** sell the fish at one of Janpan business fish markets ,but now there are fewer fish to sell.
fish suppliers have been totally halted
the radiation from the Fukushima Nuclear power station that was damaged by march 11th earthquake and tsunami , the extent of problem are still not clear, last Friday China joined the number of other countries that have banned import the food form the affect areas .Chinese medium says the banned items includings the milk products ,foods , veagtables and seafoods ,Singapore  also has banned in place, RStantant  manger kanlly ham says some people are worried about the eatting Janpanese food ,
Cosumer confident is yes,someone she can  i was say among some singapore poplulace, but can be health i think   
the Unite sate has also banned the food form radiation affect areas ,and so has Janpanese goverments itself ,radial active particles traving the wind ,and get up insolved the and to soil with help rain  and snow , then plant foods take up the material and plants began to contaminate , animals eat the plants and there products became contaminate ,some kinds of radiation stay environment longer than others ,Macial says gerenal Fish Bird is a radication experts at the universty of California DVes professor Fish Bird says we moving the top soil might make the land save for use , but it depend on the radioactive material ,and for now he says its too early to take any measures , experts say the ocean will help die radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also  destroy the seafood,thanking fish boats,,and leval processing  plants , CHARLS study the and energy at the book institution  in Waston DC , Mrs  SAYS the deanger too  from radiation can contaimate the foods   is overstate ,still they effect areas of northeast Janpan are deeply depend on agriculture and fish ,he says. so their economy could suffer the most .
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Japan’s nuclear crisis may mean great demand for imported food has less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make * food have to worry about their future. * Sells Fish is one of Japan’s busiest fish markets, but now there are fewer fish to sell. “Fish suppliers from * have been totally hold them.” The radiation from Fukushima Nuclear Power Station that was damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, the extended problems are still not clear. Last Friday China joined the number of other countries that have banned import food from the effected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk product, fruit, vegetables and sea food. Singapore also has a ban in *. * manager * says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. “Consumer confidence is yes”, “so watching ” The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particulars travel in the wind, and get absolved into soil with the help of rain and snow, then * take up of material, and the place become contaminated. Animals eat the plants, and their products become contaminated. So kind of radiation stay environment longer than others. Medical * is a radiation expert at the University of California,*, professor B says, we moving the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of radioactive material, and for now, he says, it is too worry to take any emergency. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater, but the tsunami also destroyed the sea food,* fishing * and leveled processing products. Charles * studies the plastics of energy at the * in Washington DC. Mr. E says the danger to * radiation contaminated food is over *. Still, they affected areas in northeast of Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.
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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets.But it also means that Japanese famers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.** sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets.But now,there are fewer fish to sell.Fish supply's ** contaminate billions have been in totally hold.The radiation is from the *** nuclear power station that is damaged by the March 11th's earthquake and tsunami.The extent of the problems are still not clear.Last Friday,China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas.Chinese media said the banned items include milk products,fruit,vegetables and sea food. Singapore also has a ban in place.Restuarant manager Kany Hong says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.The consumer confidence is yes.So what shaken ,I will say ,among some of the Sigapo populace.But they can't behalf ,I think.The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas.So has the Japanese government itself.Radioactive particles travelled in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow.Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated.Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.Medical physisit Jarowed Pushburg is a radiation expert at the University of California,Divis.Professor Pushburg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use.But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material.And for now,he says,it is too early to take any measures.Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water.But the tsunami also destroyed sea food.Thank fishing boats and leveled processing plans.Charls Abenger studies the politics of energy at the burkens institution in Washington DC.Mr Ebenger says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated.Still,the affected areas of northeasten Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish,he says.So their economy could suffer the most.
   And that's the VOA special English agriculture report.

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Japan nuclear classis made it great demand for imported food Had less competetion from Japanese product on work markets.But it also means that Japanese farmers and others should make and sell food after worrying about their future.* * says that fish is one of Japan's busy fish markets,but now there are fewer fish to sell.Fish supplies from the **** reservation **   have been totally hold,the radio essay is from nuclear power station that was damaged by much earthquake and tsunami.The essential problems are  still not clear. Last Friday ,China joined the number of other countries but had baned import of food from the affected areas. Chinese media the banned iterms include milk product,food,vegetables and seafood.Singapore also has a ban in press ,restaurant manager Cunimo says  some people are worried about eating Japanese food.More confident is yes,so what second ,I will say among some of  the Singapore populars but the company have I think.The United State have also banned food from radiation of affected areas and so has the Japanese government itself.Radial acter  travelled in the wind and getted up joy into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated .Animals eat the plants,their products become contaminated.This kind of radiation stays in enviornment longer than others.Medical physicist Julo bushger is radiation expert at the university of California davers.Julo bushger says we're removing the top soil might make the lend for use but it depends on the material and for now he says it is too early to take any measure.Experts say the ocean will help dimiss these radiation in seawater,but the tsunami also destoried seafood.Significent  books and level * plants trials abanger study the polutted of the anergy at booking centertual washington DC,Mr abanger says the danger to stop from radiation contaminated food is over stayed,still the affected area is not limited in Japan are deeply depended on  agriculture and fish, he says.So,there are * could suffer the most.
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This is the VOA Special English, Agriculture Report.
Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world's market. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.
Yasumichi Tonaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish market. But now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from the radiation contaminated visions have been totally held up.
The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by March 11th earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.
Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese medias said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food. Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hang says some people are worred about eating Japanese food.
Consumer confidence is, yes, somewhat shaken. I would say amongst some of the Singapore populars, but they can be help I think.
The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas. So has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material, and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.
Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist Jarold Pushburg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Daves. Professor Pushburg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also destroyed sea food, sank fishing boats and labelled processing plants.  
Charles Abenger studies the politics of energy at the Birkins Institution in Washington DC. Mr. Abenger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still the affected areas of Northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says, so their economy could suffer the most.
And that's the VOA Special English, Agriculture Report.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.


Japan's nuclear crisis meaning greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world market. But it also means the Japanese farmers and others who make self foods have to worry about their future.


The ** sells fish at one of the Japan's busiest fish market. But now, there are fewer fish to sell.


Fish supplys through radiation contaminated have been totally hold.


The radiation is the Fukushima nuclear power station by the March,11th earthquake and tsunami. The extent of problems are still not clear.


Last Friday, China joined a number of countries that have banned imports food from the effected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food. Singarpore also has a ban in place. Restaurant Manager Kwoneey Hang says some people are worried about eating Japanese foods.


Consumer confidence is yes. So what shaken. I would say amongst some of Singarpore popular, but they can be I think.


The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas and so has the Japanese government itself.


Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then, plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants, and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay environment longer than others.


Medical physicist Gerond Pushberg is the radiation expert at the University of California Davids. Professor Pushberg says removing the top soil might make the land save for use. But it depends on the depth of radioactive material. And for now, he says it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water. But the tsunami also destroyed sea food, sink fish boats and labelled processing plants. Charles Eveles studied the politics of energy at the Brinks Institution in Washington D.C. Mr. Evenzer says the danger to adult from radiation contaminated food is overstayed.


Still, the affected areas of Northeastern Japan are deeply depended on agriculture and fish he says. So the economy could suffer the most.


And that’s the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by Jerilyn Watson. You can download free transcripts and MP3s of all of our reports and other Special English programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Bob Doughty.



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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food had less competetion for japanese products on world markets. But it also means thay japanese farmers and others who make an selfood have to worry about their future.Yasumichi Tonaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets, but now there are fewer fish to sell.Fish supplies    have been totally hold on. The radiation is from the Fukeshi nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11th earthquake and sunami. The exdanter of the problems are still not clear.
Last Friday China joined number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the baned idons include milk products, fuite, vegetables and seafood. Singapore also has a banned in place. Restaurant manager Kanny Hong says some people are worried about eating Japanese food. Consumer confidence is, yes, somewhat shaken. I would say among some of Singapore popurlars  but can't be help they think. The United States has also banned foods from radiation of affected areas. So has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particuls traveling the wind and get absord into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plantgroups take up the material and the plants become contaminated, animals eat the plant and their product become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Matical physicist Gerald Pushberg is a radiation expert at the university of California Davice. Professor Pushberg says, We moving the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now,he says,It is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help radiation in seawater, but the sunami also destroyed seafood, thankfishing boats and labeled  plants. Charles Abengers studies the polotics of energy at the broking insititution in Washington,D.C. Mr. Abenger says the danger to  raidiation can contaminate the food is overstated. Still the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply depended on the agriculture and fish. He says.So their economy could suffer the monster.

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This is the VOA special English agricultural report
Japan’s nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others soon make an self food have to worry about their future. Natsumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan’s busiest fish markets, but now there are fewer fish to sell.
“fish suppliers from the ideation containment don’t use have been totally hold.”
The radiations is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11th ‘s earthquake and tsunami.
The extent of the problems are still not clear. Last Friday China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood. Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hong says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.
“consumer confidence is, yes, so much chicken. I will say a monster, some of the Singapore popular but that can’t be helped I think.”
The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive particles travel in the wind, and get absorbed into the soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants  and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiations stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist Gerold Bushburg is a radiation expert at the university of California.
Professor Bushburg says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of radioactive material, and for now he says it is too early to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater, but the tsunami also destroy seafood, sank fishing boats, and leveled processing plants.
Charles Abenjey studies the politics of energy at the booking institution in Washington DC. Mr. Abenjey says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is over stated. Still the affected areas of Northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.
And that’s the VOA special English agricultural report.
Written by Jeylean Waston.
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This is voa special english agriculture report
Japan's nuclear crisis may mean .. for imported food and less compertition from Japanese products on world markets, but it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. G sells fish at one of Japan busiest fish markets, but now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from D have been totally holden
The radiation is from the F nuclear power station, that was damaged by the 3.11's earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear. Last Friday, China joined the number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the infected areas. Chinese media said, the ban id.. include milk products, food , vegetables and sea food. Singapore also has a ban in place, restaurant manager K says, some people are worried about eating Japanese's food
Consumer confidence is yes, so was shacking, I ..but can be h.. I think
The United States has also banned food from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese itself. Radioactive particles travel in the wind, and get absorbed into soil with the help both rain and snow, then plant food take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. Medical physicist J is a radiation expert at the unersity of C D. Professor B says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depands on the depth for the radioactive material, and for now he says, it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also destroyed sea food。 t..fish boats and lebel.. plants. J studies the pow.. of energy at the booking s.. in Washington DC. Mr I says the danger to a.. from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still the affected areas in northeast of Japan are deeply depanded on agriculture and fish, he say, so the economie could suffer the most.

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this is voa special english agriculture report.japan's nuclear crisis may mean great demand for imported food at less competition from japanese products on world market.but it alao mean the japanese farmers and the others who make self food have to worry about their future.???? sells fish in the one of the japan's busiest macket.but now there are fewer fish to sell .
fish supplies through radiation contaminated regions have been totally halted.
radiation is from the fukusuma nuclear power station that was damaged by the march 11th eq and tsunami.
the extents of the problem are still unclear. last friday,china join a number of other countries that have banned  imported food from the affected areas. chinese media said the banned items include milk products ,fruit ,vegetables and sea food .singapore also has a ban in place. but as the manager ?? says some people are worried about eating japanese food. consumer confidence is , yes somewhat shaken, i would say, amongst some of  the singapore populace ,but it can;t be helped, i thick.
us also banned the food from the radiation affected areas and so as the japanese government itself.the radioative particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into the soil with help of the rain and snow.then plant root take up the material and the plant become contaminated , animals eat the plant and their products become contanminated. some kind of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. medical physist ???? is a radiation expert at the university of canifornia davis.professor .... says removing the top soil may make the land safe to use. but it depends on there depth of the radiation material and for now  it is too early to take any motions.experts say the ocean will help dilute the radiation by sea water but the tsunami also destroyed sea food.,fishing boats and levelled processing plants.
????  studys the politics of energy and booking institution in washington dc, who says, the danger to adults from radiation to contanminated food is overstated.still,the affected areas of northeast japan are deeply independent on argriculture and fish .he says. so their economy could suffer most.



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it is the voa special english agricultural report. japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from japanese products on world markets. but it also means that japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. Yasumichi tanaka sells fish at one of japan's busiest fish markets. but now there are fewer fish to sell. fish supplies through the radiation contaminated regions have been totally held. the radiation is from the fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the march 11th earthquake and tsunami. the extent of the problems are still not clear. last friday china joined in a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected area. chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food. singapore also has a ban in place. restaurant manager K H says some people are worried about eating japanese food. consumer confidence is yes, some what shaken, i will say, among some of those singporean populars, but it can't be helped i think. the united states has also banned foods from radiation affected areas and so has the japanese government itself. radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into the soil with the help of rain and snow, then plant roots take up the material, and the plants become contaminated. animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others. medical physicist J F is a radiation expert at the university of california. professor F says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use, but it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. and for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures. experts say the ocean will help dilute the radiation in sea water. but tsunami also destroyed the seafood, sacked fishing boats and leveled processing plants. charles A studies the politics of energy and works in the institution in washington dc. mr. A says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. still the affected areas in northeastern japan have depended on agricutural and fish sectors. so their economy could suffer the most. and that's the voa special english agricultural report, written by J watson. you can download the transcripts and mp3s of all of our reports and other special english programmes at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm bob D.      
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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also means that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future.

Yasumichi Tanaka sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.

“Fish supplies from the radiation-contaminated regions have been totally halted.”

The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.

Last Friday, China joined a number of other countries that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and seafood.

Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager Connie Hon says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.

“Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken I would say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but that can't be helped, I think.”

The United States has also banned foods from radiation-affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself.
Radioactive particles travel in the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated.
Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.

Medical physicist Jerrold Bushberg is a radiation expert at the University of California, Davis. Professor Bushberg says removing the topsoil might make the land safe for use. But it depends on the depth of the radioactive material. And for now, he says, it is too early to take any measures.

Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in seawater. But the tsunami also destroyed seafood, sank fishing boats and leveled processing plants.

Charles Ebinger studies the politics of energy at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. Mr. Ebinger says the danger to adults from radiation-contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says. So their economy could suffer the most.

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Japan's nuclear crisis may means greater demand for imported food, and less compitition from japenese products on world market. But it also means Japenese farmer and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. XXX sells fish at one of Japan's biggest fish market, but now there are fewer fish to sell.  38
Fish supplies from deadiation contaminate do have been a tottally hold. the radiation is from F nuclear power station that was damaged by the March 11th earth quake and Tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear.58
Last Friday, China join the member of other countries that have bend imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese Media said the bend items include milk products, fruit, vegetables, and sea food. Seangapo also has a bend in place.125
Resturant manager XXX says some people are worried about eatting Japenese food.  Consumer Confidence is yes so much shaken, I would say among some of the Seangapo populars, but can be helped I think. The US has also bend food from radiation affected areas. And so has the Japenese Government itself. 152
Radia active particals travel in the wind, and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow, then plant fruit take up the material, and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the enviornment longer than others. Medical physicist XXX is a radiation expert at the University of CA, Davis.
Proffessor BB says, removing the top soil might make the land safe or use. But it depends on the depth of the radia activce material. And for now he says it is too late to take any measures.
Experts say the ocean will help delute the radiation in sea water, but the Tsunami also destroied the sea food, sank fishing boats, leveled prossessing plants. XXX study the politics of energy at Berklin institution in Washinton DC. Mr E says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still the affected areas of Northeastern Japan are depends on agriculture and fish he says, so their economy would suffer the most.

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Japan's nuclear crisis may mean greater demand for imported food and less competition from Japanese products on world markets. But it also mean that Japanese farmers and others who make and sell food have to worry about their future. Y.M sells fish at one of Japan's busiest fish markets. But now there are fewer fish to sell.
Fish supplies from the radiation contaminated regions have been totally halted.



The radiation is from the Fukushima nuclear power station, that was damaged by the March eleventh earthquake and tsunami. The extent of the problems are still not clear. Last Friday, China joined number of other counties that have banned imports of food from the affected areas. Chinese media said the banned items include milk products, fruit, vegetables and sea food.  Singapore also has a ban in place. Restaurant manager C.H says some people are worried about eating Japanese food.


Consumer confidence is yes, somewhat shaken. I will say amongst some of the Singapore populace, but it can be helped, I think.  


The United States has also banned foods from radiation affected areas, and so has the Japanese government itself. Radioactive particles traveling the wind and get absorbed into soil with the help of rain and snow. Then plant roots take up the material and the plants become contaminated. Animals eat the plants and their products become contaminated. Some kinds of radiation stay in the environment longer than others.
Medical physicist G.B is a radiation expert at the university of California Davis. Professor B says removing the top soil might make the land safe for use but it depends on the depth of radiative material. And for now, he says it is too early to take any measures. Experts say the ocean will help dilute radiation in sea water, but the tsunami also destroy sea food. Sank fishing boats and leveled procession plants.  C.E studies the politics of energy at the brooking institution in Washington D.C.  Mr. A  says the danger to adults from radiation contaminated food is overstated. Still, the affected areas of northeastern Japan are deeply dependent on agriculture and fish, he says, so their economy could suffer the most.  



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