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Japan's nuclear industry sees light at the end of the tunnel

Following Fukushima, Japan's core nuclear industry has stagnated. Now it is seeking new borders, and hopes are pegged on India.

In 2011,  Japan's nuclear industry was proud. It is no longer.

Since the tsunami, which sent up to 40 meter high waves against the coast, killed 15,894 people, and caused a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the country's commercial nuclear industry has suffered huge economic losses.

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