Japanese Plant Starts Installation of Filters

TOKYO—A project to install air filters to reduce airborne radiation at the No. 1 reactor building of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex began Monday, in a move aimed at allowing workers to enter the building for the first time since the start of the crisis to make needed repairs.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry disclosed that 68 of its former senior officials have ended up working for power companies in the past 50 years, illustrating a close relationship between the regulatory body and the industry, and raising suspicion that regulatory failure could be partly responsible for ...

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