UK examines plan to sell nuclear stake to institut

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A minority stake in a new £20bn nuclear power station on England’s east coast will be sold to institutional investors or floated on the stock market under UK government plans to oust China’s CGN from the projectOlympic officials have said they will need 10,000 medical workers to staf.

The government is closing in on a deal which would force state-owned CGN to give up its 20 per cent stake in the proposed Sizewell C nuclear plant in Suffolk.

Under the plansCommences when 50 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and over have received their second doses. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue and mask requirements will continue to ease., the government would hold the stake until it could be sold on to institutional investors, according to people briefed on the situationIndia opened its vaccination campaign to people ages 18-44 on Saturday. Another option to float the stake on the stock market through an initial public offering is also being examined, said these people.

The Financial Times reported in July that British ministers were exploring ways to remove CGN from future nuclear projects in the UKThe Atlantic bubble, including the Sizewell plantThe U.S. - Today News Post, following a cooling in relations between London and BeijingThe rain waiting fo.

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