Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP
Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP

China’s global nuclear power ambitions depend on safety

The nation’s first white paper on nuclear energy makes clear that above all else must come safety and security, and its measures and recommendations have to be followed and enforced

Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP
Work on two new reactors at the joint Sino-French Taishan Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province has been halted over safety fears. Photo: AFP
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