Nuclear power: Bursting point - The Economist

Nuclear power: Bursting point

Nuclear power: Bursting point - The Economist
Nuclear power: Bursting point
Published Aug 14, 2004
570 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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A new threat to Japan's energy strategy, and the world oil price THE leak was not radioactive, but the political and economic fallout may be. On August 9th, superheated steam burst through a corroded coolant pipe at a nuclear power plant...

  
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