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South Korea signs initial contract with Turkey on nuclear energy.

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South Korea has signed an initial contract with Turkey to collaborate in the nuclear energy sector, Yonhap news agency has reported.

This move has increased the possibility of Korean companies winning a deal to build nuclear power plants in Turkey.

Both countries signed memorandum of understanding, which is likely to help Korean companies' ongoing efforts to win a bid for Turkey's Sinop nuclear plant project on the Black Sea coast.

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Date:Jun 15, 2010
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