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South Korea: Nuclear Phaseout Policy at Crossroads

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South Korea’s nuclear phaseout policy is facing challenges. A bill mandating carbon neutrality by 2050 was passed in September, and there are signs that the current policy is undergoing a rethink. Presidential elections next March could be key to determining the country’s future nuclear policy.

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