Japan OKs restart of 1st reactors since tsunami
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But the sudden shutdown of nuclear plants has hit Japan's economy hard.
To offset the shortfall, utilities have ramped up oil- and gas-based generation, and that contributed to the country's biggest annual trade deficit ever last fiscal year. Noda and others argue that the higher cost of energy without nuclear will cost people their livelihoods and could cripple recovery efforts.
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