Myanmar President Thein Sein on Sunday toured two thermal power plants in Kanagawa Prefecture to see how Japan is handling its energy problems after the Fukushima nuclear disaster shut down nearly all of its atomic power plants.
Thein Sein, who arrived in Japan Friday for a five-day visit, first inspected Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s power plant in Kawasaki, where Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata showed him a cutting-edge gas turbine there.
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