Chinese Nuclear Plant Moves Closer to Start, Westinghouse SaysBy
U.S. company expects fuel to be loaded in reactor this year
Westinghouse sees nuclear opportunities in Australia, Turkey
Westinghouse Electric Co. expects to put fuel into its first nuclear plant in China this year as it moves closer to start up and vies for a share of a market that may see $1 trillion in spending to boost production through 2050.
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