Poland seeks investors for nuclear project costing USD 60 billion

Poland's pursuit of nuclear energy has entered the next phase, and the government is now looking for foreign investors for a project valued at USD 60 billion for six reactors. However, the stock market punishes companies connected to the Polish nuclear project.

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Diagnosis: Atomic envy.

Symptoms: Nagging resentment that neighboring countries were left with nuclear power plants in the fallout of the Soviet Union's meltdown, prompting Polish Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski to say the following when giving a speech for the first time at the national wind conference in early October:

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