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28 March, 2017

Registration Ends Soon for the 50th JAIF Annual Conference

The online registration for the commemorative 50th JAIF Annual Conference (April 11-12 @ Tokyo International Forum) featuring IAEA DG Yukiya Amano, former US Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman, and several other renowned nuclear experts will end this Friday, March 31 (Japan time).

JAIF would like to thank those who have signed up to participate in this year’s Conference titled “Bridging the Past and Present toward the Future”. For those who haven’t, check out the conference website for more details and register today at https://www.jaif.or.jp/50th-annual/en/. We look forward to your participation in the biggest nuclear industry event in Japan.

Inquiries:
JAIF Department of International Affairs
Tel: +81-3-6256-9313
Email: 50th-annual@jaif.or.jp

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