Slovakia: Barking after a Lost Bone

Kubosova, Lucia
March 2005
Transitions Online;3/14/2005, pN.PAG
Reports on the status of Slovakia's attempt to change its commitments on nuclear energy as of March 2005. Plans unveiled by Slovakia's Economics Minister Pavol Rusko for a nuclear power station project in Mochovce; Views on the plan of Rusko; Forecast on Slovakia's domestic power generation by 2008.


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