Russia rejected importing 2 cars from Japan, beta nuclides detected


According to the far east customs house of Russia, two Japanese cars were rejected at Vladivostok port for excessive level of radiation.
They are Nissan X-Trail and Toyota Vitz. Beta nuclides were detected from them as well.
In 2012, 300 items of cars and car parts from Japan were rejected to enter the port, 285 of them were returned to Japan for excessive level of radiation.


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La Russie refoule l’importation de 2 voitures japonaises : bêta nucléides détectés

Selon la chambre douanière d’extrême-orient de Russie, deux voitures japonaises ont été refoulées au port de Vladivostok à cause de leur niveau de radioactivité excessif.
Ce sont une Nissan X-Trail et une Toyota Vitz. Ils y ont aussi détecté des nucléides émetteurs bêta.
En 2012, 300 véhicules ou parties de véhicules arrivant du Japon ont été refoulés à leur entrée dans le port, 285 d’entre eux ont été réexpédiés au Japon pour radioactivité excessive.

Article lié : Depuis le début de 2013, la Russie a déjà renvoyé 8 importations au Japon pour radioactivité excessive

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February 2013