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Fishermen in Kumamoto Prefecture started debating Wednesday whether to accept compensation for construction of a dam that will affect their fishing grounds, a project first proposed 35 years ago.

The members of the Kuma River Fishermen’s Cooperative are discussing a compensation package offered by the Land, Infrastructure, and Transport Ministry at an emergency meeting in Hitoyoshi.

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