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26 November, 2020

JAIF Releases Results of Fact-finding Survey of Japanese Nuclear Industry for Fiscal 2019: Some Effects Seen of COVID-19

At a press briefing on November 20, the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum (JAIF) released an overview of the results of its most recent annual Fact-finding Survey of the Japanese Nuclear Industry, for the fiscal year 2019 (ended March 31, 2020).

Questionnaires were distributed to companies engaged in the nuclear power field (including JAIF’s member companies), seeking information on their expenditures, sales, and numbers of employees. Valid responses were received from 248 of them (including eleven electric power companies, 226 mining and manufacturing firms, and eleven trading firms). According to the results, nuclear-related expenditures by electric power companies in FY19 amounted to JPY2,015.5 billion (USD19.4 billion at USD1=JPY104), down 5 percent from the previous year, stemming from substantial reductions in capital investment. Meanwhile, nuclear-related sales by mining and manufacturing companies stood at JPY1,701.7 billion (USD16.4 billion), rising 6 percent, and nuclear-related backlogs came to JPY2,172.4 billion (US...more
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