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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Turkey in $10 billion reactor deal with South Korea It is the second major nuclear energy contract in that country in the past year

Turkey may have another major nuclear reactor deal in the works. According to English language press reports from Ankara, South Korea is positioned to sign contracts by November to build a $10 billion project.
At that price, the site at Sinop on the Black Sea coast in northern Turkey could become home to at least two 1,400 MW KEPCO reactors. T he sign-off could take place at the G-20 summit scheduled for Seoul Nov 11
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http://djysrv.blogspot.com/2010/08/turkey-in-10-billion-reactor-deal-with.html
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