Authorities in the southern Chinese city of Heshan have scrapped plans to build a $6B uranium processing plant following protests by thousands of demonstrators, as well as after pressure from Hong Kong and Macau. The facility would have produced 1,000 tonnes of uranium a year by 2020, enough for half of Chin's nuclear power needs. The installation is the latest industrial project be canceled amid rising concern about Chinese pollution.
Authorities in the southern Chinese city of Heshan have scrapped plans to build a $6B uranium...
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