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Japan to push exports of energy-saving tech

TOKYO -- The Japanese government aims to help spread energy-saving technologies abroad through such means as subsidies and technological support for domestic businesses.

The industry ministry is working with the likes of Toshiba, Hitachi and NEC in hopes of promoting exports of technologies for smart cities and electric vehicles to Europe and Africa. Japanese development of energy-saving technologies has accelerated since the March 2011 earthquake disaster.

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