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21 August 2017 | Safety & Environment
Nuclear has attracted its unfair share of malignment over the decades, but the facts present a different case.
18 July 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
ASEAN must establish a better understanding on whether nuclear energy will work well for the region.
18 July 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
Some experts think it may be high time to revist the Bataan NPP.
Graft, fraud and a fatal accident have plagued Korean nuclear despite its role as a nuclear leader-nation
30 June 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
Korea is the latest nation to move toward the cessation of its nuclear energy programme.
Korea is one of the world's most established nuclear players deriving over one third of energy requirements from the atom
21 June 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
The Republic of Korea is the latest nation to makes motions toward the eventual cessation its nuclear energy programme, begging questions as to the motivations of the new Korean President, Moon Jae-in.
There is still hope for Westinghouse
25 May 2017 | Markets
Bankruptcy is an ugly word for any corporation, but that may not be case for bankrupt business’ industry.
Malaysia Nuclear Agency is mandated to promote the application of nuclear science and technology for national development
1 May 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
The sector still lacks the economic competitiveness.
Dr Mohd Ashhar Mohd Khalid, Malaysian Nuclear Agency
10 April 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
Its "motivational wave" was once high in 1972.
31 March 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
The Subcontinent boasts one of the oldest nuclear industries outside of the traditional superpowers.
27 February 2017 | Policy & Infrastructure
But despite this, nuclear plants will still depend on political decision, Dr Taryo says.

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