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Nuclear Plant Construction Delays, US and China Proceed with Caution
In an effort to reduce environmental toxins and pollutions, American and Chinese governments are working to actively construct nuclear infrastructure in their respective countries. The difficulties of establishing a functioning nuclear plant are endless, and with the 2011 Fukushima accident in clear view, the two countries are proceeding with caution. Indeed, the benefits and drawbacks of building nuclear plants meet at political, environmental, and economic crossroads, where involved parties strive to manage the anticipated completion and inception of these plants riddled with delays and cost overruns.