Japan's Farmers Turn to Agritech

Japan's mountainous terrain has always made harvesting and transporting crops difficult and sometimes dangerous. As the country's population ages, the risks and challenges older farm workers have to face have become more apparent than ever. This episode shows how robots and vehicles designed by agricultural technology experts are helping to make things safer and easier for Japan's aging farmers.

[In Focus: Kishida Pins Hopes on 'New Capitalism']
Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio says he can turn around the country's economy with his new policy. The aim is to create growth by tackling social challenges. This is a shift from his previous plan, which would have focused on wealth redistribution. But that sparked concerns about maintaining growth.

[Global Trends: Brits Hit by Historic Inflation]
Consumers in the UK are having to pay a lot more for everything from a pint at the pub ... to electricity. The biggest jump in prices in 40 years is linked to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. As that conflict continues, Brits are preparing for the worst.

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