Corporate: Rosatom's Plunging Reputation

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The presence of Rosatom officials in a seized Ukrainian nuclear plant has dealt a major blow to the state-owned nuclear giant's reputation, which was already reeling from the fallout of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. While both Washington and Brussels continue to carve out exceptions for nuclear business from each new wave of sanctions against Russia, nuclear firms across the world are finding that conducting business with Rosatom or its subsidiaries carries ever-growing reputational risks.

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