via ABC Australia / February 19, 2013 /

Nearly two years after the meltdowns at Fukushima a report by Greenpeace has revealed companies that helped design and build the reactors are not required to pay any compensation and are in fact profiting from the disaster. Meanwhile, AM has learned that the operator – TEPCO – is handing out what’s called ‘temporary’ compensation, which victims of the meltdowns are forced to pay back.

Nearly two years on from the meltdowns at Fukushima, there are accusations the nuclear industry is evading its responsibilities.

A report by Greenpeace, to be released later today, points out that the firms that helped design and build the Fukushima reactors are not required to pay a cent in compensation.

Meanwhile, AM has learned that the operator, TEPCO, is handing out what’s called ‘temporary’ compensation, which victims of the meltdown have to repay.

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  1. Japan is a beautiful country. I love the culture and beauty of the land.
    Please treat the people who have suffered from this tragedy with respect
    and make sure that everything is done out in the open. Help the suffering
    and never tell lies to the beautiful people of Japan.
    Thank You.

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