Toxic chemicals detected at Tokyo's new fish market site

High levels of toxic chemicals were found in groundwater tests at a new facility scheduled to replace Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market — the world’s largest — clouding the costly relocation plan, news reports said Saturday. The controversial project has been …
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