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2019-02-22 11:45:00

S.KOREA NEED NUCLEAR

S.KOREA NEED NUCLEAR

THE KOREA BIZWIRE - Seven out of 10 South Koreans voted in favor of using atomic power, a survey showed Wednesday, amid the Moon Jae-in government's nuclear phase-out policy.

The survey was conducted on 1,000 people aged over 19 to study public opinion on the government's nuclear policy, the Korea Nuclear Society (KNS) said.

The KNS said 35.5 percent of the respondents said there is a need to increase nuclear power output to meet the country's electricity needs, followed by 31.1…

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