May 31, 2011

The Consequences of Chancellor Merkel's U-Turn

Stephen Evans, BBC News

In a decade, one of the world's biggest economies will have switched off the power stations that currently supply just under a quarter of its needs.

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TAGGED: Germany, European Union, Europe, nuclear energy, Angela Merkel

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