Philippine leader wary of nuclear energy over safety issues

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MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said it’s unlikely his country will adopt nuclear energy during his six-year term because of safety concerns. Duterte said nuclear energy remains an important option in the future, but the Philippines needs to undertake a study and put “really tight safeguards” in place. “Not, maybe, during my […]
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