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Jordan weighs two offers to build nuclear plant

Jordan weighs two offers to build nuclear plant

Amman (AFP) April 29, 2012
Energy-poor Jordan said on Sunday a Russian firm and a French-Japanese consortium are to compete to build the kingdom's first nuclear plant. "Following a thorough examination, the offers provided by Russia's Atomstroyexport and a consortium by France's Areva and Japan's Mitsubishi were the best proposals that meet Jordan's requirements," Atomic Energy Commission said in a statement.



Jordon Weighs Two Nuclar Plant Offers: Russia vs. France

"Following a thorough examination, the offers provided by Russia's Atomstroyexport and a consortium by France's Areva and Japan's Mitsubishi were the best proposals that meet Jordan's requirements," Atomic Energy Commission said in a statement on Sunday.


Jordan shortlist down to two

Jordan's first nuclear power plant will be supplied by either AtomStroyExport of Russia or Areva-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries joint venture Atmea.
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