The sun rises in Japan

Belforte, David A.
November 2011
Industrial Laser Solutions;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p32
The author discusses the developments in the economic recovery in Japan. The author says that Tokyo, Japan's inhabitants were encouraged when the government announced energy reduction by easing power restrictions which allowed the lights of the area to brighten the sky at night. He mentions that lighting the Tokyo Tower was the start of the autumn season celebration in the country. He adds that normal production accomplishment is the measure undertaken by manufacturers during the crisis.


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