Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Japanese Restaurants Allow Customers To Test Food For Radiation; Japanese Costs To Rise?

Reuters reports that one of the capital Taipei's top Japanese restaurants is offering diners radiation monitors to check the food and themselves.
Also, Nissan Motor Co in Taiwan said that beginning April 1 parts will be checked for radiation in three stages: before shipment to Taiwan, at the port of arrival, and after assembly.
All finished cars will carry stickers on the lower right corner of their windshields stating "radiation check OK".

Only those that pass, we assume.

We wonder what will happen to all the electronics coming from Japan, and how much the cost will rise.

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