Nuclear Power in China: How It Really Works
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China is one of the few countries in the world firmly committed to rapidly expanding the use of nuclear power. In so doing it has adopted the formal trappings of international standards and regulations. Despite this, Xu Yi-chong argues that the corporate, governmental and regulatory framework in China remains confusing and captive to many entrenched interests that interfere with a clear and safe regulatory environment.
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Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific