U.K. Holds Up $24 Billion Nuclear Plan After EDF ApprovalBy , , and
CEO has said Hinkley Point power plant is key for EDF
U.K. says it won’t rule on project until later this year
The British government cast doubt on the future of a controversial 18-billion pound ($24 billion) project to build Britain’s first nuclear power plant in more than 20 years, pledging to review the deal just hours after the board of France’s state-run utility gave the go-ahead.
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