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Nuclear power utilities might be ordered to chuck about ¥50 billion into the entity that’s financing Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s compensation payments for the Fukushima disaster, government sources said Monday.

The utility known as Tepco is expected to be the largest contributor to the state-backed Nuclear Damage Liability Facilitation Fund, tossing in about ¥17 billion toward its own cause.

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