As for the chemicals, the process takes an average of 90 days and it only went into effect at the start of July so again there would be no approval.
I see thanks for the info. Where did the average of 90 days come from?
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Abe would argue that they are just removing SK from whitelist. But did you know that Japanese companies are suffering because no single approval was made since Abe removed SK from whitelist? Japanese adminstration should admit that it's a ban. But that would be deemed as illegal. These kamikaze attacks should stop.
"Exports of these chemicals have since ground to a halt. Showa Denko, a producer of etching gas, has not received approval for a shipment it filed with Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in mid-July. Photoresist maker JSR was still waiting for the green light as July ended."
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"“In areas where some of these decontamination workers are operating, the radiation levels would be considered an emergency if they were inside a nuclear facility,” said Shaun Burnie, Senior Nuclear Specialist of Greenpeace Germany. “These workers have received almost no training in radiation protection, are poorly paid, exposed to high radiation, and risk losing their jobs if they speak out. UN human rights Special Rapporteurs are absolutely right to warn the Japanese government over these risks and violations.”"
Fukushima aims to feed world class athelet who are attending 2020 Olympic with their produce:
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