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The Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan announced Friday that it will delay its plan to begin commercial use of plutonium-uranium mixed oxide (MOX) fuel by five years.

The announcement was widely expected, since some utilities haven’t gotten full approval to burn the controversial fuel yet from the central and local governments.

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