Clinton pushes U.S. bid for Czech nuclear project

Dec 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CTV

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton lobbied the Czech government Monday to approve an American bid for a $10 billion expansion of a nuclear power plant, even as a rival Russian offer seems to be the favorite.

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Eleanor

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Dec 4, 2012
 
Russia can do it cheaper; US can build it better.

Which do you think will be selected??

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Wendie

Bangkok, Thailand

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Dec 5, 2012
 
Well, me personally thinks that in everything concerning country's nuclear power engineering further development in Czech they would better keep on their time-tested cooperation with Russians. And not only because of cheapness. Hope you caught my drifting. It is alike your wife's shampoo - she prefers a certain shampoo and a certain conditioner with it of certain mark and... and only God would save you if you bring home from supermarket some another shampoo or another conditioner to it, moreover of some another mark you just bought by mistake.

Finally... the Westinghouse, right? Well, being absolutely incompetent in nuclear power engineering it took me about 3 minutes to google these Americans and to get it that the Westinghouse already got two failed projects in Korea and Brazil. Moreover, if there is no mistake, then google says these Americans still haven't got a contract in any of European nuclear projects. This fact undoubtedly speaks and makes me to think that Clinton offers nothing but a pig in a poke.
Wendell

Chicago, IL

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Dec 19, 2012
 
Ha! I tell you more: the Westinghouse has got two failed projects in Korea and Brazil. And it is just Westinghouse' reactors that have been installed in Fukushima 1 NPP! Thus, I'm absolutely sure that in everything concerning to nuclear power development it will be better to keep on the time-tested cooperation with Russia. Its reliable nuclear technologies have already proved their effectiveness and fail-safety in many European countries while up till now Americans haven't got a contract in nuclear projects of Europe!
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Dec 26, 2012
 
The US will go with Cz as Russia won't be bullied and Cz are a pushover.

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