Government transfers Magnox shares

March 1998
Modern Power Systems;Mar98, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p9
Announces the transfer of the British government's shareholding in the nuclear power generating company, Magnox Electric to British Nuclear Fuels Ltd.


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