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Japan increased imports of liquefied natural gas from the Atlantic Ocean area ninefold in January after a nuclear power plant was shut last year for safety checks after a deadly earthquake.

The nation purchased 581,072 metric tons from countries led by Equatorial Guinea, Egypt, Nigeria and Algeria, according to statistics posted on the Finance Ministry’s Web site.

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