Japan’s nuclear export strategy stumbles on ballooning costs

TOKYO — Britain’s move to finance much of a Hitachi nuclear power plant underscores how such projects have grown too costly for the private sector to bear alone, raising further questions about a key component of Japan’s ambitious plans to export …
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