Japan: Will Utilities Face Higher Risks After Supreme Court Decision?

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The Japanese Supreme Court decision absolving the national government of liability to compensate thousands of Fukushima victims represents a big win for the pro-nuclear government. But it contains decidedly mixed messages for Japan's nuclear power industry and potentially for underfunded nuclear liability regimes across the globe.

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