Foreign nuclear outfits are struggling to stay in China as the country increasingly turns to local companies to manufacture parts for major projects, The Wall Street Journal reported. With the global nuclear industry focused on China three years after the Fukushima disaster in Japan, the government has used the heft of its huge market to secure transfers of key technology and gradually localize production. Already, Westinghouse Electric is has provided details of its AP1000 reactor as part of a tech-sharing deal. China plans to use that to build its own reactors that experts say it could sell abroad.
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