Tokyo Electric Power Co. decided Wednesday to accept the government’s conditions for helping it compensate victims of the Fukushima No. 1 power plant crisis.
Tepco is expected to face trillions of yen in compensation demands.
The government’s conditions for aid include maximum cost-cutting efforts, not capping compensation payments in advance and allowing an investigation into its management to be conducted by a third-party panel set up by the government.
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