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Russia and China signed the Executive contracts for the construction of Tianwan NPP and Xudabao NPP

Press Service of ROSATOM Engineering Division, PUBLISHED 15.03.2019

On March 7, in Beijing, ASE (ROSATOM Engineering Division) and CNNC enterprises signed a General contract for units 7 and 8 of Tianwan NPP, as well as a contract for a technical project for units 3 and 4 of Xudabao NPP.

The preparation of these documents was carried out in accordance with the strategic package of agreements signed during the visit of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to the People's Republic of China.

This package defines the major lines to develop cooperation between Russia and China in the nuclear industry for the next decades.

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