Japan to set energy policy but "no stance" on nuclear: minister

Japan to set energy policy but "no stance" on nuclear: minister

Tōkyō : Japan | Sep 03, 2012 at 11:18 PM PDT
Source: Reuters
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Topics An anti-nuclear protester wearing a gas mask beats a mock nuclear waste container during a demonstration near Tokyo Electric Power Co. headquarters building in Tokyo July 29, 2012. Japan is scheduled to set national energy policy early next week, Economics Minister Motohisa Furukawa said... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
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