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Fuel supply contract signed for Bangladeshi plant

6 augustus 2019

A contract for the supply of fuel for the Rooppur nuclear power plant under construction in Bangladesh was signed today between TVEL JSC - the nuclear fuel manufacturer of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom - and the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission.

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