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South Korea is finding radioactive materials in fishery products from Japan with increased frequency but has no immediate plans to ban imports as the radiation levels are far below safety limits, the Yonhap News Agency reported Thursday, citing an unidentified inspection agency official.

“The frequency of radiation detection appears to be rising as two reactors at the Fukushima plant are currently leaking radiation,” the official at the Animal, Plant, Fisheries Quarantine and Inspection Agency was quoted as saying.

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