TOKYO, June 22 (Reuters) - An advisory panel to Japan's trade ministry on Wednesday pushed for a full restart of nuclear power generation in the country, warning of a hollowing out of industry and a 7.6 trillion yen ($95 billion) price tag if fears of power shortages linger. Over three months after a massive earthquake and tsunami, workers are still trying to stabilise reactors at Tokyo Electric Power Co's Fukushima Daiichi plant, nuclear capacity elsewhere remains offline and the country ...
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