Argentina, China sign aggreement to construct Nuclear Power Plant

Posted on September 9, 2014 • Filed under: Argentina, China

Argentina and China signed an agreement for the construction of the nuclear power plant Atucha III

Governments in Beijing sealed a trade agreement for the provision of equipment and services, for a total of $ 2 billion, for the construction of the fourth nuclear argentina, 800 megawatts (MW), which will be located in the Buenos Aires locality of Lima.

The announcement marked the end of the mission that began the weekend headed by the Ministers of Federal Planning, Julio De Vido; and economy, Axel Kicillof, and which allowed progress in other bilateral issues such as the Chinese back to the Argentine position regarding the vulture funds.

The understanding was signed on the morning of China, argentina dawn, during a working breakfast between Kicillof and De Vido, with the authorities of the National Commission of development and reform (NDRC), and representatives of companies and Chinese banks. Read Article

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