South Korea's return to nuclear power

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South Korea's new President Yoon Suk-yeol has wasted no time in committing his administration to resurrect the nation's nuclear energy sector. This marks a dramatic policy reversal from his immediate predecessor, whose approach was condemned by both sides of the atomic energy debate. reports that Yoon was recently in Europe for the G7 and NATO summits, where he held meetings to promote South Korean nuclear energy technology. The issue was discussed with the leaders of Poland and the Czech Republic both of which are close to selecting contractors for their new nuclear power plants — while Britain, Romania, and the Netherlands are also seen as potential customers.

"We will go all-in to win orders for nuclear power plants," Choi Sang-mok, senior presidential secretary for economic affairs, told reporters in Madrid this week.

2022.07.05 / 18:10
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