NO REPORTER NARRATION (SOUNDBITE) (English) PRESIDENT, EXCEL SERVICES CORP, DONALD HOFFMAN, SAYING: "China arguably has the ...
most robust nuclear building program in the world. And they are continuing
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NO REPORTER NARRATION (SOUNDBITE) (English) PRESIDENT, EXCEL SERVICES CORP, DONALD HOFFMAN, SAYING: "China arguably has the most robust nuclear building program in the world. And they are continuing to demonstrate to the rest of the world that nuclear power plants can be built both efficiently and on schedule, and significantly reduce cost compared to both European and U.S. cost." (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) CHAIRMAN, CHINA NATIONAL NUCLEAR CORPORATION, SUN QIN, SAYING: "I believe the nuclear industry in China has the ability to venture overseas, it's just that right now we're still in a strengthening stage. If we succeed in developing nuclear technology, if our development and manufacturing is up to standard, then we can push our brand overseas." (SOUNDBITE) (English) DIRECTOR OF STRATEGY & RESEARCH, WORLD NUCLEAR ASSOCIATION, STEVE KIDD, SAYING: "I think that's a long way from reality. I think Westinghouse saw it in its corporate interest to transfer a degree of technology to the Chinese. But that's on the hope the Chinese would then be successful in building lots reactors both in China and elsewhere, but Westinghouse would still be a major part of those deals." ENDS