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Liquefaction is highly likely to disrupt around 43 percent of the petrochemical complexes on the Pacific coast if a feared magnitude-9 quake hits the Nankai Trough off central and western Japan, government researchers said Monday.

It is also likely to affect a quarter of all such facilities near the capital if a magnitude-7 quake hits Tokyo.

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