China plans $8.5 billion nuclear power plant

China's Xinhua News Agency reports that the country is planning to build a nuclear power plant in the city of Yueyang, located in the central province of Hunan. The plant, which would be worth the equivalent of $8.5 billion, is part of a wave of nuclear power plants expected as the Chinese government works to prevent growing power shortages.

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