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Nuclear framework signed with Romania

By Zhao Yinan and Mo Jingxi | China Daily | Updated: 2014-09-02 07:37

Visiting PM seeks Chinese expertise to revive nation's aging power plants

More Chinese nuclear power enterprises will have greater market access in Romania as a result of the central European country's efforts to reduce its energy dependence on Russia.

Following an hourlong discussion on Monday between Premier Li Keqiang and visiting Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta, China and Romania signed a framework to "manifest governmental willingness to cooperate in the peaceful utilization of nuclear power".

Nuclear framework signed with Romania

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