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As the closure of the nation’s 54th and final reactor approaches, businesses and think tanks are starting to wonder whether Japan can survive next summer without atomic energy and a mandatory power-saving order.

Japan has survived a winter and a summer without its full complement of nuclear plants, but utilities and experts think it will be tough to get by without restarting some of them.

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