3 December 2001 PRAGUE, 28 and 29 November (Hospodarske noviny)–Ten years of disputes between the Czech Republic and Austria about the future of the newly-built Czech nuclear power plant Temelin [South Bohemia] reached an end after the Czech government approved a compromise agreement about the fate of the plant. Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman and […]

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