Hitachi debacle strengthens Franco-Chinese hand in UK nuclear

  Reuters 
Hitachi's decision to freeze its $28 billion nuclear power project in Britain strengthens the hand of France's EDF and its Chinese partner in talks with the government on how to finance new reactors.
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