TITLE

Japan promotes nuclear power

AUTHOR(S)
Swinbanks, D.
PUB. DATE
October 1991
SOURCE
Nature;10/31/1991, Vol. 353 Issue 6347, p782
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
States that Japan's Science and Technology Agency (STA) has reported that the Japanese government intends to press ahead with their ambitious plans to expand the use of atomic energy. Accident at the Mihama nuclear power plant; Opposition from public may thwart plans. INSET: The persuasive power of yen, by D.S..
ACCESSION #
9111251598

 

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