Friday, November 25, 2011

Some car imports from Japan to stop

The Nuclear Energy Authority (NEA) of Mongolia and Customs Office of Ulaanbaatar have jointly an import ban on some cars from Japan beginning November 30.


The two organizations have checked imported auto vehicles from Japan and measured radiation levels.

Some cars had high levels, which is why the NEA has embargoes these cars to prevent people from the radiation.

Emergency General Office worked to clean radiation of 18 cars imported from Japan and returned the cars to their owners. Also, the NEA warns businesses and organizations that if they import cars with high levels of radiation the cars will be returned to Japan.

Also people and organizations that bought cars and engines from Japan can apply to NEA for free radiation measurement.
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Source : News.mn

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