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Tue, Mar 28 2017

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Japan court rules in favor of restart of Kansai Elec's Takahama reactors

TOKYO A Japanese high court on Tuesday overturned a lower court's order to shut two reactors operated by Kansai Electric Power, a company spokesman said, potentially ending a drawn-out legal battle and helping the utility to cut fuel costs.

Japan court rules in favour of restart of Kansai Elec's Takahama reactors -NHK

TOKYO, March 28 A Japanese high court on Tuesday overturned a lower court's order to shut down two reactors operated by Kansai Electric Power, national broadcaster NHK reported, potentially ending a drawn-out legal battle and helping the utility to cut fuel costs. (Writing by Aaron Sheldrick)

Politics weigh as Korea's KEPCO eyes the Toshiba nuclear option

SEOUL/PARIS South Korea's KEPCO , the likeliest suitor for Toshiba Corp's troubled nuclear business, is holding off from making an approach because of question marks over the scale of damage at the unit and political uncertainty in both South Korea and the United States, people with direct knowledge of the matter say.

UPDATE 1-Politics weigh as Korea's KEPCO eyes the Toshiba nuclear option

* U.S., Korean political uncertainty not helping (Adds KEPCO comment, debt)

Politics weigh as Korea's KEPCO eyes the Toshiba nuclear option

SEOUL/PARIS, March 24 South Korea's KEPCO , the likeliest suitor for Toshiba Corp's troubled nuclear business, is holding off from making an approach because of question marks over the scale of damage at the unit and political uncertainty in both South Korea and the United States, people with direct knowledge of the matter say.

Japan agrees second nuclear reactor life extension since Fukushima

TOKYO Japan's nuclear regulator on Wednesday approved an application by Kansai Electric Power Co Inc to extend the life of an ageing reactor beyond 40 years, the second such approval it has granted under new safety requirements imposed since the Fukushima disaster.

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