Pacing declining orders at home, Western nuclear-technology providers are aggressively marketing in Eastern Europe. But increased use of nuclear power may be inappropriate for the region’s needs by COLIN WOODARD EASTERN EUROPE’S SOVIETdesigned nuclear power plants received worldwide press attention in 1989-1990, as full disclosure of the precarious state of older plants in Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, […]

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