Taiwan in Talks with China, France for Nuclear Waste Deals

May 2014
Nuclear Waste News;5/20/2014, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p7
The article focuses on Taiwan's talks with China and France regarding the management of radioactive waste generated in Taiwan. It mentions views of Hwang Jung-chiou, chairman of the state-owned power utility at Taiwan Power Co., regarding his company's talks with France to send spent fuel rods to France for reprocessing. Further discussed is the renewal of the nuclear agreement between Taiwan and the U.S., and Taiwan's talks with China regarding disposal of low-level nuclear waste there.


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