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EC gives Hungary green light for Paks nuclear investment

nuclear24 Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()
The European Commission has given the green light for Hungary to provide financial support for the construction of two new nuclear reactors at the country's Paks nuclear plant.
The Commission said today while the support amounted to state aid, Hungary had made commitments to "limit distortions of competition".
Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said: "Hungary has decided to invest in the construction of the Paks II nuclear pow...
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