Atomic ambitions

September 2013
China Economic Review (13506390);Sep2013, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p42
Trade Publication
The article offers in formation related to nuclear development in China. It Mentions that the country is more oriented towards the safety oriented research since the Fukushima, Japan nuclear disaster in March 2011. It informs that the china is planning to invest 12.75 billion U.S. dollars in to upgrade the security of its nuclear facilities and radioactive contamination control to international standards.


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