Reports: China mulling investment in UK's new nuclear plans

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Reports say two consortia are in talks to purchase planned sites from RWE and E.ON joint venture

China looks set to step into the vacuum left in the UK's nuclear new build programme, after reports this morning revealed two groups from the country are interested in buying the Horizon joint venture...

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