Turkey Seeks Cheap Energy and Peaceful Nuclear Technology to Sustain Economic Growth

Kardas, Saban
January 2011
Eurasia Daily Monitor;1/12/2011, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p6
The article reports on the energy policy in Turkey in 2011. It mentions that Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz outlined several projects for the said year just to resolve the country's energy needs. Furthermore, Yildiz considered an offer from the French government regarding the construction of a nuclear power plant in the country to promote economic growth.


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