TOKYO – With an anxious public closely monitoring developments at a damaged nuclear power plant 150 miles (241 km) north of Tokyo, some good news may be on the way as Japan begins to rebuild from a killer earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Gasoline shortages, which have hampered the flow of food and other daily necessities to stores in the Tokyo, Yokohama and Chiba areas, could start easing this week when two large refineries come back on stream. Both refineries – one in Negishi, south ...

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