Hitachi Lithuania nuclear talks continue

Discussions between the new center-left government of Lithuania and Hitachi Ltd surrounding proposed new nuclear build in the country are ongoing despite recent hiccups, Hitachi CEO Hiroaki Nakanishi said at a press briefing Tuesday. The original agreement had been made with Lithuania’s previous government, which lost power in October. Hitachi has turned its attention overseas since the Fukushima disaster, due to uncertainty about the future of nuclear power in Japan.

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