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Utilities, struggling amid the prolonged halt of nearly all of the nation’s nuclear reactors, expressed eagerness to restart their facilities during shareholders meetings Wednesday, shrugging off proposals from some stockholders to halt the country’s reliance on atomic power.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. was among the utilities pushing for the restart of idled reactors in a bid to turn its business amid the devastating nuclear disaster at its Fukushima No. 1 nuclear complex that started in 2011.

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