Japan to spend 40 billion yen to treat radioactive water at Fukushima: Nikkei

Reuters: The Japan government plans to spend at least 40 billion yen ($402.60 million) to contain the leaking of radioactive water at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the Nikkei newspaper said, citing government sources. The government is expected to announce on Tuesday a package of measures to deal with the crisis at the Tokyo Electric Power Co plant wrecked by an earthquake in 2011. The government intends to cover all the costs for freezing the soil around the reactors to prevent groundwater......

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