A series of accidents at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has chipped away at Tokyo Electric Power Company's credibility, making it likely that the government will have to step in further. Yet in the end, argues the FT's Asia Editor David Pilling, Japan's long-term power deficit makes it likely that more of the country's nuclear power plants will be switched back on.
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