Japan will go nuclear free, the prime minister insisted Friday, rebutting criticism that his government was floundering and unable to come up with a coherent position on the issue.
A view of the crippled fourth reactor at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in February 2012. Japanese PM Yoshihiko Noda insists the country will go nuclear free as he rebutts criticism that his government is unable to come up with a coherent position on the issue.
Yoshihiko Noda's administration last week declared it was aiming to eliminate atomic power from the country's energy mix by 2040.
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