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Shareholders Demand Shutdown At TEPCO Annual Meeting

via SBS.com.au / June 26, 2014 / Furious shareholders of the company that runs Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power station have joined campaigners to demand the permanent closure of the utility's atomic plants as it held its annual meeting. Dozens of demonstrators with loud speakers and ...

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Charges dropped over man-made Fukushima disaster, sparks outcry in Tokyo

Japan Times / March 1, 2014 / Hundreds rallied Saturday in Tokyo to protest a decision by prosecutors to drop charges over the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns, meaning no one has been indicted, let alone punished, nearly three years after a calamity ruled “man-made.” Official records do not li ...

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TEPCO May Spend 2.67 Trillion Yen to Expand Beyond Fukushima

via bloomberg.com / January 19, 2014 / Tokyo Electric Power Co., operator of the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant, is considering spending about 2.67 trillion yen ($25.6 billion) on strategic investments through partnerships as it seeks to move beyond the Fukushima disaster. Of t ...

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TEPCO employees’ families to return compensation money for evacuation

via Voice of Russia / January 13, 2014 / A number of Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) employees, the operator of the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima nuclear plant, accuse the company of demanding their families to return the compensation money for their evacuation during the nuclear meltdown at the Fuku ...

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Don’t Worry, TEPCO Has a Plan (…but they won’t say what it is)

by Mari Iwata / via Wall Street Journal / December 27, 2013 Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, says it aims to boost its corporate value through its new 10-year business plan so it will be able to ante up the estimated $100 billion needed to pay for ...

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Futaba-machi Evacuees Still Living in Abandoned High School

via EX-SKF / Sep 23, 2013 / As Japan celebrates "recovery" (at least in the stock market), 2020 Tokyo Olympic, maglev bullet train that will run under Japan Alps, there are still 100 people from Futaba-machi, Fukushima still living in the abandoned high school building in Saitama Prefecture, more ...

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‘National Govt At The Forefront’ of Fukushima Problems Is All Talk, Little Money, Relies on TEPCO

via EX-SKF / Sep 21, 2013 / To win 2020 Olympic for Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared to the world that his government will be "at the forefront" to deal with problems at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant. Reading the article by Nikkei Shinbun about his most recent visit to the pla ...

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