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China nuclear firm plans IPO as projects resume November 2, 2012

Enlarge The Qinshan nuclear power plant in Haiyan, in eastern China's Zhejiang province. A Chinese nuclear power plant builder said it plans to raise 1.8 bn yuan from a stock offer, as Beijing moves to restart projects frozen after Japan's atomic disaster last year. A Chinese nuclear power plant builder said it plans to raise 1.8 billion yuan ($288 million) from a stock offer, as Beijing moves to restart projects frozen after Japan's atomic disaster last year.


China Nuclear Engineering Co. has passed an environmental inspection required before its initial public offer (IPO), the company and the Ministry of Environmental Protection said late Thursday. The company, a unit of state-owned China Nuclear Engineering Group, will use funds from the offering for nuclear power-related construction and other projects, according to a statement.

Enlarge The Qinshan nuclear power plant in Haiyan, in eastern China's Zhejiang province.

China last month said it had lifted a ban on new nuclear power stations imposed after the Fukushima disaster in Japan last year, but the government would only approve projects proposed for coastal areas.

China last month said it had lifted a ban on new nuclear power stations imposed after the Fukushima disaster in Japan last year, but the government would only approve projects proposed for coastal areas. "The development plan, which will resume approvals for some new projects, created a favourable policy environment for the company and cleared hurdles for its planned IPO," said an analyst at a Chinese brokerage, who declined to be named.

China Nuclear Engineering Co. first filed an application for an IPO to securities regulators in early 2011, but the plan was shelved after Beijing halted projects, state media has reported. Global fears about nuclear safety increased following a series of nuclear meltdowns at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011 after it was struck by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The company is the second Chinese nuclear firm to announce a planned listing in the past six months, after China National Nuclear Power Co. said in June it had received environmental approval. It has yet to list.

China, the world's largest energy consumer, is eager to increase the amount of nuclear power it uses to drive its economy. (c) 2012 AFP

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A long forty six years have passed since I stepped on to American soil. I have had various odd jobs in the past until I recently retired. Examples include working with Steven Spielberg as assistant director in a film called "1941." I was supervisor and later became Public Relation representative for Toyota Group - USA. My last occupation was a Senior Research analyst working in Silicone Valley for a major news paper from Tokyo, Japan. My spouse, Christine is a flight attendant, traveling often to the Middle East and Africa. We have spent three quarters of our life together as world adventurers. This photo was taken in Argentina. We now live in swampy Louisiana.

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