CHINA'S SELF-DEVELOPED NUCLEAR DESIGN ENTERS 3RD-STAGE UK ASSESSMENT

Hualong One, China's self-developed reactor design, has completed its second phase of assessment in the U.K., with the next stage set to determine whether it is fit for use in the European country, said its developer on Thursday.

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