China seeks partnership with Turkey for construction of second nuclear plant.

By bne IntelliNews December 7, 2012
China wants to form a partnership with Turkey to build Turkeys second nuclear plant planned to be established in the city of Sinop on the Black Sea coast, energy minister Taner Yildiz said on Thursday. China also offers financing without Treasury guarantee and this is an important advantage, Yildiz added. Turkey has been in talks with Canada, China, Japan and South Korea regarding the construction of the second nuclear plant. Russia will build Turkeys planned first nuclear power plant at Akkuyu on the Mediterranean. The Turkish government is expected to announce its final decision on the second nuclear plant by the end of the year.
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