In-Focus: Japan – TEPCO caught in another lie related to Diet Investigation – Japan wants to export nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia

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TEPCO caught in another lie related to Diet Investigation

Source: The Asahi Shimbun

 

Japan facing problems with nuclear power and freedom of press

Source: The Japan Times

 

US firm hired to aid decontamination of Fukushima Daiichi site

Perma-Fix, has been awarded a contract to provide technical consulting for decontamination of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, and will be providing technical approaches and plans to decontaminate and reduce the radiological dose located in the refuelling area, including walls, ceiling and the gantry crane of the Unit 2 Reactor Building.

Source: Hoist Magazine

 

Experts doubt Japan’s claims to make new nuclear safety policies “world’s best”

Source: JiJi Press

 

Japan to initiate nuclear reactor export talks with Saudi Arabia

Japan has agreed to provide Saudi Arabia with information on nuclear technology, human resource development, and research and development necessary to create a bilateral nuclear cooperation treaty.

Source: JiJi Press

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