Britain looks to remove China's state company from nuclear projects

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Britain is exploring ways to remove China's state-owned nuclear energy firm from all future projects in the country, local media have reported, drawing fire from the Communist-led government on Monday. The move, targeting China General Nuclear Power Group, comes as relations between Britain and London have been souring over issues such as China's alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang and its crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong, the Financial Times said Sunday. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters in Beijing that Britain "should effectively provide Chinese companies w...

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