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In the papers today - 2 November 2006

For the first time in its 32-year history, the International Energy Agency will next week urge governments to help speed up the construction of new nuclear power plants as part of a cheaper, cleaner and safer global energy strategy. Several countries, including India, China, the US and France, already plan more plants, and others such as the UK are considering new reactors. But some, including Germany and Spain, oppose more capacity - Financial Times

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