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Rosatom and RusAl eye nuclear station

28 May '09
Government nuclear corporation Rosatom and aluminum giant RusAl stick to plans to build a nuclear power station in Russia’s Far East as the crisis abates, Rosatom reported today.

According to the report, the two companies inked an investment memo in 2007 that stipulated construction of an aluminum factory and a nuclear power station in the Far East.

The firms are reportedly still in talks over the project and express interest.

Investment estimates have yet to be announced.
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