Turkey: Rosatom Swaps Out Main Turkish Partner at Akkuyu

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Rosatom's decision last week to sever its contract with the largest Turkish contractor at its four-unit Akkuyu newbuild on Turkey's Mediterranean coast prompted howls of outrage across the Turkish nuclear industry. But while Ankara has promised to "resolve the conflict" between Rosatom's Turkish nuclear developer, Akkuyu Nuclear, and Turkey's IC Ictas Insaat Sanayi, few expect Moscow to back down.

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