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Topic - Ohtsura Niwa
Influential scientists who help set Japan's radiation exposure limits have for years had trips paid for by the country's nuclear plant operators to attend overseas meetings of the world's top academic group on radiation safety.
"Those who evacuated just want to believe in the dangers of radiation to justify the action they took," Niwa told the AP in an interview.
leading scientist, Ohtsura Niwa, acknowledged that the electricity industry pays for flights and hotels to go to meetings of the International Commission on Radiological Protection, and for overseas members visiting Japan.