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The Nuclear Panda: China in Search of Energy Security

Yevgeny Petelin, Nikita Perfilyev

China's growing economy has substantial energy requirements. The limitations of hydrocarbon resources, which are linked to the issues of transportation and the environment, have forced China to pay significant attention to the development of nuclear energy. The PIR Center experts evaluate the prospects for the nuclear market, paying particular attention to increasing competition and Russian interests.

The Nuclear Panda: China in Search of Energy Security


SECURITY INDEX №3 (85), 2008