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TEPCO needs help! 3.2 trillion yen needed for Fukushima compensation

exclamation-Tepco requested additional financial support of 697 billion yen for the Author-Fukushima-diaryNuclear Damage Liability Facilitation Fund
 by Mochizuki on December 27th, 2012 ·
Tepco has estimated the total nuclear damage compensation to be 2.5 trillion yen and has been requesting the financial support from the Nuclear Damage Liability Facilitation Fund based on the revised Special Business Plan approved on May 9, 2012.

However, after deciding the compensation standard of lands or houses, adding real estate and postponing the compensation term for spontaneous evacuees and harmful rumor of agricultural products, the estimated compensation amount increased to be 3.2 trillion yen.

On 12/27/2012, Tepco requested the Nuclear Damage Liability Facilitation Fund for 697 billion yen of the additional financial support.
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December 29, 2012 - Posted by | business and costs, Fukushima 2012, Japan, politics


  1. […] TEPCO Wants 3.2 Trillion Yen For Fukushima Compensation […]

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  2. This is insanity! Why should TEPCO be subsidized for their Incompetence! They should be dishing this sum out from their own pockets. Liquidate the corporation to cover the cost if need be, but it should be on their head.

    Take your Medicine TEPCO, you certainly have treated much of the Globe with yours.

    Comment by Nate | January 1, 2013 | Reply

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