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Japan moves toward reactivation of 40-year-old nuclear reactor

Tokyo, Apr 28 (EFE).- Fukui prefecture authorities in central Japan approved Wednesday the reactivation of several nuclear reactors with more than 40 years of age to resume activity, marking the first reactivation of such aging structures in the country.

Reactors 1 and 2 at the Takahama plant and Reactor 3 at the Mihama plant, both operated by the Kansai Electric Power company, will be reactivated shortly at a date yet to be determined, after Fukui Governor Tatsuji Sugimoto approved the move Wednesday. EFE

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