Global energy crisis spurs a revival of nuclear power in Asia
Asia is giving the once-shunned nuclear power industry a second lease on life, thanks to the global energy crisis.
Governments in Japan and South Korea are removing anti-nuclear policies, while China and India are looking to build more reactors to avoid future supply shortages and curb emissions. Even developing nations across Southeast Asia are exploring atomic technology.
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