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Thailand ponders nuclear power with China

Energy Minister Anantaporn Kanjanarat has been reviewing energy options in the light of Thailand's declining hydrocarbon reserves. (Photo by Keiichiro Asahara)

BANGKOK -- Thailand has nuclear power ambitions for the 2030s and is building technical ties with China, Anantaporn Kanjanarat, the country's minister of energy, told the Nikkei Asian Review in a recent interview.

"We have been sending our personnel to receive trainings from the countries which have nuclear technology and consider making investment in Thailand. They give us the opportunity to join their seminars and trainings on many issues regarding nuclear," he said, referring to China and parts of Europe.

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