Nearly half of newly designated Japanese inspection body from former nuclear industry

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Nearly half of the board members of the Nuclear Material Control Center (NMCC), the government-designated body to inspect nuclear materials to prevent sensitive materials from being used for military purposes, come from utility and other companies that are subject to its scrutiny and it has received cash contributions worth tens of millions of yen annually from the companies, it has been learned.

Of all the 17 board members at the NMCC, eight are from the nuclear industry.

Source: Mainichi

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