Nearly 20% of Japan’s quake recovery funds still sit idle

TOKYO — Almost $5 billion in funds earmarked for rebuilding Japan’s disaster-stricken northeast remain unused, with projects entangled in local debates and nuts-and-bolts complications, a Nikkei study has found. The Nikkei compiled government survey data …
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