February 6, 2012

The World Goes Nuclear

Dan Yurman, Energy Collective


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The China Daily reports in its English language editions Feb 1 approvals of new nuclear reactor projects in China will take place at a pace of three-to-four projects per year.

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TAGGED: China, France, Nuclear Energy

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