Westinghouse Signs Deal to Build 4 Nuclear Reactors in Eastern China – Reuters

From the International Herald Tribune:

Westinghouse Electric signed a multibillion-dollar deal Tuesday with Chinese partners to build four nuclear reactors in eastern China, completing a pact agreed upon between Beijing and Washington seven months ago.

The contract, estimated in the past at close to $8 billion, is expected to warm relations between the world’s top energy users amid recent disputes over issues including the yuan’s valuation and China’s trade surplus. [Full Text]

[Image: Westinghouse Electric logo, via wikipedia.org]

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