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About 60 percent of districts in 32 municipalities hit by last year’s monster tsunami hope to collectively relocate residents from the disaster zones, the land ministry said Tuesday.
Of 208 districts in the 32 Pacific coastal municipalities, collective relocation is planned for 127, according to the ministry’s survey of reconstruction plans for the municipalities in Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima and Ibaraki prefectures.

Excerpt from: Tsunami-hit areas eye collective move

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