India has taken three steps to implement the historic civil nuclear dealwith the US to enhance confidence of the domestic and foreign companies in the country’s nuclear industry, a top American diplomat said.
The India-US nuclear cooperation agreement was signed in 2008, under which US-based Westinghouse and GE Hitachi were to build six power reactors each in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat.
Addressing a Congressional subcommittee during a hearing on South Asia yesterday, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells said India has taken three actions to implement the deal and Westinghouse found these steps “sufficient”. Read More…
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