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Kansai Electric Power Co. plans to disclose the names of 20 executives who received money and goods from a former deputy mayor of a town that hosted one of its nuclear plants, a top executive at the firm said Sunday.

The company, also known as Kepco, will make public the amount of money and goods that each of the 20 executives received from Eiji Moriyama, the late deputy mayor of Takahama, Fukui Prefecture, the top executive said.

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