First Chinese firm wins contract for Russian floating nuclear power project

A Chinese firm has been given a contract to help build a Russian floating nuclear power plant in the first commission of its kind as the two countries step up their cooperation in the sector.

China’s Wison (Nantong) Heavy Industries Co won a bid to build the hulls for two floating nuclear power plants for Rosatom, a Russian state nuclear energy corporation, at a price of US$226 million, the newspaper Kommersant reported.

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