TOKYO -- Japanese independent power providers are up in arms over a government proposal to have them shoulder some costs related to the fallout of the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nucleardisaster, including compensating victims and decommissioning old reactors.
"Why should we have to pick up compensation costs for Tepco's accident?" fumed a top official at a company selling electricity in the Tokyo area, referring to Fukushima Daiichi operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings.
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