China calls for global nuclear safety co-op
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China calls for global nuclear safety co-op

Seoul : South Korea | Mar 27, 2012 at 12:27 PM PDT
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President tells Seoul summit that greater global cooperation needed China called for greater nuclear security cooperation on Tuesday and gave its backing to the development of nuclear energy amid global concern following the Fukushima crisis...The summit, grouping 53 nations and four international... FULL ARTICLE AT China News
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