The Japanese government will shoulder the decontamination costs from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster through the sale of its shares in Tokyo Electric Power Co. Decontamination costs are estimated to reach ¥2.5 trillion.
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The partnership of Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi Corp and Mitsubishi Heavy with Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) would lead to the building of integrated gasification combined-cycle (IGCC) stations in Fukushima.
No further damage was sustained by the Fukushima nuclear power plant from the earthquake that hit Japan's coast on Saturday.
Japanese authorities said the cleanup of the Fukushima nuclear plant would not be completed next year as originally scheduled.
A Reuters report revealed that new independent power supplies in Japan were giving large monopolies a run for their money.
The government of Japan proposed today its JPY47 billion or USD473 million 'ice wall' project in the hopes of stopping the leakage of radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear plant.
The Japanese government said it would use public funds to deal with the radioactive water emanating from the Fukushima nuclear plant as Tepco appeared overwhelmed by the problem.
Bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals involving European, U.S. and Asian companies.