Nuclear Cleanup Goes to Taxpayer, May Spur Liability ShiftNatalie Obiko Pearson and Carolyn Bandel
Japan’s taxpayer, not the nuclear industry or insurers, will cover most of the cleanup cost from the worst accident since Chernobyl, a financial rescue that may spur moves by nations to make companies assume more liability.
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