Why Nagasaki believes it can become the gateway for ocean energy in Asia

Madeleine Cuff
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Japanese port city plans to draw upon 'rich history' of ship building and favourable natural resources to develop pioneering marine energy hub that promises to inject new power into its local economy

The coastal city of Nagasaki will always be associated with its tragic place in history as one of the two Japanese cities to be struck by an atomic bomb in an American bid to bring the Second World War...

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