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Sentence #171853

今日[きょう] の[] 土地[とち] 問題[もんだい] は[] 歴代[れきだい] の[] 政府[せいふ] の[] 無策[むさく] による[] もの[] で[] ある[] 。[]

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Die heutigen Landprobleme sind eine Folge unfähiger politischer Weichenstellungen der aufeinander folgenden Regierungen.
Today's land problems are the product of years of neglect by successive governments.
Les problèmes actuels du pays sont une conséquence des choix politiques incompétents des gouvernements successifs.


Sep 21st 2010, 19:53
are these "land problems" agricultural or problems of ownership/distribution/irrigation...?
Sep 21st 2010, 20:19
Land suitable for building (and to a lesser extent for agriculture) is scarce and often very, very expensive.
Sep 21st 2010, 22:07
is that the translation?
Sep 21st 2010, 22:14
Sacredceltic!! S'il te plait corrige mes phrases en français ^^'
À partir de "Dans l’ensemble, le livre ne m’a pas plu beaucoup."

merci :)
Sep 21st 2010, 22:14
It's background on what the "土地問題" (probably) refers to - in Japan. As far as the translation goes, apart from "land problems" you could try "land issue(s)".
Sep 21st 2010, 22:19
well, then it doesn't mean a thing in our "sacred language of whiney people".

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