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What does JGRA stand for?

JGRA stands for Japan Green Resources Agency

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TOKYO - The Tokyo District Court handed down suspended sentences Thursday to two former senior officials of the government-affiliated Japan Green Resources Agency and five officials of four contractors over a series of bid riggings involving agency public works in fiscal 2005 and 2006.
The Japan Green Resources Agency had secured plum jobs for retiring officials at companies that won agency contracts through tender bids rigged at the initiative of government officials.
Akagi's predecessor, Toshikatsu Matsuoka, had planned to return three months of his pay to take responsibility for the scandal involving the Japan Green Resources Agency, a farm ministry-affiliated forestry management entity suspected of having been involved in bid rigging.
One LDP executive said on condition of anonymity that he suspects political donations Matsuoka received from contractors allegedly involved in bid-rigging for public works ordered by the farm ministry-affiliated Japan Green Resources Agency may have boxed the minister into a corner.
For Abe, the most urgent task will be to salvage public confidence by getting to the bottom of the Matsuoka scandals, such as setting up a bipartisan commission to investigate the relationship between the minister's death and the Japan Green Resources Agency scandal, they said.
In the most recent case, his fund management and other related bodies were found to have gained a total of 13 million yen in donations over three years through 2005 from 14 contractors based in the southwestern Japan prefecture that have been awarded public works orders from the Japan Green Resources Agency.
TOKYO - Prosecutors are set to establish a criminal case against officials of the Japan Green Resources Agency, affiliated with the agriculture ministry, suspecting they helped rig competitive bids for consultancy work ordered by the agency, investigative sources said Thursday.