Not fade away

Ross, Priscilla
May 1999
International Power Generation;May99 Supplement, Vol. 22, p9
Academic Journal
Focuses on issues related to the nuclear power market. Impact of the restructuring of electricity markets on nuclear plants; Contents of the Uranium Institute report on the global nuclear fuel market; Effect of economic turbulence in East Asia on the market; Impact of the nuclear industry on climate change debate.


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