A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo
A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo
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China’s nuclear safety queried over Taishan reactor, but it wants to lead world by 2050

  • Road map drawn up by the country’s nuclear experts sets series of goals to help it catch up with the West on safety
  • Increase in radioactivity in Taishan did not spread outside reactor, data showed, but Chinese nuclear industry trails in software and hardware

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A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo
A slight rise in radioactivity was detected in a reactor in Taishan, southern China. Photo: Weibo
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