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    Tokyo is about as close to being a ghost town as its been since the subway sarin attack in 1995. Traffic through the city is sparse, store shelves are light on the basics and expats are leaving in droves, with several countries - such as Germany and France - advising their nationals to leave. The Japanese aren't leaving the country. They are, however, hedging their bets and moving as far as they can from the potential path of radioactive winds that might blow down from the exploding and burning nuclear plants in Fukoshima. The

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