Nuclear Halt in South Korea Seen Boosting Coal: Energy MarketsSangim Han and Yuriy Humber
South Korea may expand record imports of power-station coal as a nuclear-plant failure that was hidden for a month stokes opposition to atomic energy a year after Japan’s Fukushima disaster.
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