September 12, 2012

UK Looks to China to Fuel Nuclear Renaissance

Anthony Faiola, Washington Post

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A government campaign to usher in the next generation of nuclear power in Britain hit a major snag when German companies, scared off by the crisis last year at Japan’s Fukushima plant, pulled out of plans to build new reactors here. But another investor with deeper pockets has stepped in: China.

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