In-Focus: Japan – TEPCO only has one third of decommissioning workers claimed – Kurion start-up changing business concept after Fukushima disaster

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TEPCO only has one third of workers claimed

TEPCO had earlier claimed that it had secured 24,000 workers to decommission the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, but an NHK interview with TEPCO officials revealed that only 8,000 workers are registered for the job as of last month.

Source: NHK


Kurion start-up changing business concept after Fukushima disaster

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Japan’s economy likely to have entered contraction phase

Source: Kyodo News

Source: NHK


Researchers conducting large-scale liquefaction resistance test

Source: NHK


Contaminated rice found in Suwon, Fukushima Prefecture

Source: JiJi Press

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