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April 24, 2013


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Where will the nukes be? Which local governments would benefit?

Current plans are one more in Rio (under construction) while two more sites are in final approval: one in northern Minas, the other along the border between Bahia and Pernambuco. The exact location has not yet been fixed.

This makes sense, after a fashion. If local governments get more money from atomic energy, they may be more eager to build more energy plants.

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