However, automakers such as Toyota have only contributed ¥ 3.3 billion to the capital system as a lump sum payment, and have refused any additional contribution thereafter. On the other hand, for the victims outside Tokyo, it is a reality that they don’t pay even a single penny.
Electric power, iron and steel. Plant companies such as petrochemicals have continued to bear the financial resources of the Pollution Health Damage Compensation Act, which was created with the Yokkaichi Pollution Judgment, from 1973 until the present, and even the latest 2018 annual burden amounted to 31.8 billion yen. It is also rising.
If you look only at this, the unfairness of automakers such as Toyota is clear.
We should decide on the creation of a new medical cost relief system as soon as possible, and respond to discussions on pollution mediation.