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China’s Involvement in British Nuclear Power Plant Debated 

British Prime Minister Theresa May will let a Chinese company invest in Britain’s Hinkley Point C nuclear power center.

Some people are concerned the decision will open Britain’s nuclear industry to more than investment money from China.

The Hinkley Point C power plant, near Somerset, England, is expected to cost $24 billion. The plant is to be jointly owned by Electricity de France and China General Nuclear Corporation. Electricity de France will supply two nuclear reactors.

Observers say the joint project could clear the way for Chinese involvement in another British energy project. A planned nuclear center at Bradwell, in eastern England, could be the first to use imported Chinese nuclear technology in a Western country.

China General Nuclear Corporation says it has already signed an agreement on possible work at the Bradwell center.

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