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Russia To Build $2BN Nuclear Power Plant in Bangladesh
17.01.2013 08:09
Russia To Build $2BN Nuclear Power Plant in Bangladesh
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Rosatom is to begin construction of an atomic power plant in Bangladesh in 12 months, says head of the Russian state atomic energy corporation, Sergey Kirienko.

The main construction works on a plant located 200 km away from the country’s capital will kick off in 2015 and will last for five years.

The new power station worth $2 billion is expected to comply with post-Fukushima safety standards.

According to the contract, Rosatom will supply nuclear fuel for the station’s operation throughout its lifecycle.


Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian business Rosatom Sergey Kirienko   

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