Reporter’s take: How transparent is Tokyo’s decision to release nuclear polluted water?

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    China and some of its East Asian neighbors have condemned Japan’s decision to release nuclear polluted water into the ocean, but the U.S. has praised the move. CGTN’s Cui Hui’ao gets expert takes on what’s driving Tokyo’s actions, and offers his own view.

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