India, france work to fix jaitapur n-power price

March 2015
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;3/29/2015, p16
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the discussions between India and France to lower the cost of power to finalize a nuclear commerce agreement between Nuclear Power Corp. of India and French power supplier Areva, ahead of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi's France visit in April 2015.


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