Tuesday, March 15, 2005

China Goes Nuclear to Combat Emissions

From "MarketWatch e-letter: Before The Bell" this morning:

"Liu Jiang, vice chairman of China's National Development and Reform Commission, said the country plans to rely heavily on nuclear energy to address climate change concerns that stem from its economic and population growth as well as its use of coal. Liu said nuclear energy "will be a priority" for China. He also told a gathering of energy and environment ministers in London that China will be one of the largest potential markets for nuclear development in the next 20 years."

This is a strategy I support for the United States as well. MarketWatch is a great business resource - all free with registration.

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