Owners of unfinished nuclear plant oppose Westinghouse DIP financing
The owners of one of the first new commercial nuclear power plants to be built in the US in 30 years say the project could be halted unless changes are made to a proposed US$800 million debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan to bankrupt Westinghouse Electric Company.
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