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2019-01-04 11:30:00

JAPAN'S NUCLEAR RECONSTRUCTION: $17 BLN

JAPAN'S NUCLEAR RECONSTRUCTION: $17 BLN

ASAHI - At least 1.9 trillion yen ($17.12 billion) will be needed for the planned scrapping of 79 nuclear facilities, including the failed Monju prototype fast-breeder reactor, according to the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA).

However, the JAEA's estimate, released on Dec. 26, does not include maintenance expenses for the facilities nor costs to deal with leftover uranium and plutonium, meaning the actual tally could increase by hundreds of billions of yen.

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