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2018-08-15 10:50:00

RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR OFFENSIVE

RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR OFFENSIVE

ASIAN REVIEW - Russia is stepping up its overseas sales of nuclear power plants, with state-run nuclear energy company Rosatom agreeing in July to cooperate in building a plant in the Central Asian country of Uzbekistan and reaching an accord with China to build a plant in that country.

Russia accounts for 67% of the world's nuclear plant deals currently in development. By 2030, Rosatom aims to increase its overseas sales to two-thirds of total sales, from 50% at currently. Vladimir Putin's government is looking to expand Russian influence through…

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