Chinese nuclear regulator insists there is no cause for alarm at Taishan plant

Only five out of the 60,000 fuel rods at a nuclear plant in southern China have been damaged, the country’s safety regulator said on Wednesday, and insisted there was no danger to the public or environment.Concerns over the Taishan plant in Guangdong province mounted this week after CNN reported that the French nuclear company, Framatome, which helps operate the plant, had warned of an “imminent radiological threat” and reached out to the US government over a gas leak at the plant.CNN also…


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