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The investigation launched after the discovery of “anomalies” in the structure of the Flamanville nuclear plant in France have revealed
French state-controlled nuclear power group Areva has reported a full-year net loss of 2 billion euros, its fifth consecutive annual loss.
French nuclear giants Areva and EDF will merge their reactor businesses in a joint venture controlled by EDF – in a wide-ranging reshuffle of the
Areva looks set for a rough ride with the unions after announcing job cuts and an end to bonus pay and other perks in a bid to end abyssal losses
France’s state-owned nuclear energy utility Areva is to shed 14% of its workforce or 6000 employees. It is part of a drive to cut payroll costs by
French nuclear group Areva has posted record losses of 4.8 billion euros in 2014. The company which is 87-percent owned by the French state had
Shares in Areva, the French nuclear company, have plunged some 23 percent. The drop is a result of the fall out from delays to the Finnish nuclear
Islamist suicide bombers have struck at an army barracks and a French-run uranium mine in Niger. In Agadez in the north, at least 20 soldiers were
French state-controlled nuclear reactor maker Areva is trying to talk up its future even as it announced plans to cut jobs, rein in investments and
French nuclear reactor maker Areva says it will write off 2.36 billion euros from its accounts this year. It is part of an effort by new Chief
A train carrying radioactive nuclear waste has resumed its journey to a storage site in Germany, after crossing the French border. Anti-nuclear
Clashes bewteen police and anti-nuclear protesters broke out on Thursday night in the north German town of Metzingen. The trouble started just hours
Demonstrators in France have clashed with police on the day a train carrying nuclear waste is due to set off from Valognes. Reports claim as many