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Ibaraki Gov. Masaru Hashimoto has said his prefecture will continue trying to be named host of an international fusion energy development project, arguing that the benefits of the project would outweigh the costs.

“As we hear official intergovernmental talks will be held in Tokyo in January, we want to make last-ditch efforts (to host the project),” Hashimoto said Monday.

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