Technology minister Takeo Kawamura said Wednesday that Japan is ready to compromise in the battle to host an international nuclear fusion project — but said it will stick to its position that the reactor itself should be based in Japan.

“We are hoping to reach an agreement in the next meeting by studying and proposing dividing locations between the reactor and the data center,” Kawamura said in an address to the Foreign Press Center.

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